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CHARITY DYE LIBRARY 
SHCRTRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL 



CHARITY DYE LIBRARY 
SHCRTRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL 





annual • 1970 



Shortridge High School • Indianapolis, Indiana 

vol. 76 



The dawning of a new day. What this day 

will bring is a new experience. There is no 

typical day at Shortridge High School. 

Each day brings new problenns and situations. 

Change is an everyday occurrence. 

Although Shortridge seems physically unchanged 

irom year to year, she undergoes constant 

change from within. Here 

lies her strength. Here is her life, here 

are her students. Without them Shortridge would 

be a warehouse of desks, chalkboards, and 

silence. But with them, she is a storehouse of 

knowledge, where opinion, discussion 

and learning resound from wall to wall. 

Shortridge is amply blessed with tradition, and 



in her tradition lies her academic excellence. 

Fortunately, that has never changed. In recent 

years, Shortridge has found a new vehicle 

to spread her praise. She was designated the 

city's academic high school, and now her 

entire student body is enrolled under 

the college-prep program. In a sense, the title 

is insignificant, for Shortridge has always 

been an academic leader. In spite of imitators, 

Shortridge remains on top. She continues to 

give her students an experience only 

they can witness . . . 

THE 
SHORTRIDGE 
EXPERIENCE 







Opening 


2 


Academics 


10 


Activities 


30 


Sports 


72 


People 


94 


Advertisements 


142 


Closing 


157 








Peace 

comes in short 
snatches. 
A close friend, 
fond mennories, 
a quiet moment 




Frustration comes on 

with aii tiie suddenness 

and power of a deiuge. 

Brief, but hard. 

Peace retreats during 

frustration. 





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Friends, 

a form of security. 
Aid in tin)e 
of need. 



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Shortridge, 

a name known 

throughout the world. 

Why? 

Her academic excellence. 

It began in 1864, 

it continues today. 

The foundation of the Shortridge Experience. 



Academics 



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Literature, journals occupy student time 




English V students pay close attention to the teachers explanations. 




The English Department, headed 
by Mrs. Jean Whitcraft, combined 
the old with the new and came up 
with some interesting ideas for 
teaching and learning. 

Freshmen studied the three R's, 
minus one ('rithmetic), in English I 
and II, while sophomores worked dili- 
gently on their vocational themes in 
English III. The tenth graders also 
explored the mysteries of Silas 
Marner and Ju//us Caesar in English 
IV. 

Juniors started their year off right 
with the study of American litera- 
ture. The real work arrived with the 
second semester and the reviewing 
and re-learning of grammar. Later 
in the semester the English VI Es- 
sentials Test was administered. 

Seniors were offered a variety of 
courses. English VII and IX students 
worked to perfect their writing by 
composing journals, precis, or criti- 
cisms at least twice a week. English 
Villi and X students discovered that 
such works as Beowulf and the plays 
of Shakespeare really aren't so bad. 

Seniors were also offered a course 
in creative writing and one for ad- 
vanced college placement English. 



students try to get a "head" in an English V class! 



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Mrs. Hillman shares a joke with her stu- 
dents. 




English pupils listen to conjugations of a verb. 



Mrs. Williams assigns reports to her pu- 
pils. 




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Shortridge linguists study foreign customs 




Miss Louise Reiter's Foreign Lan- 
guage Department offered six lan- 
guages at a variety of levels. Classes 
were taught in French, German, 
Spanish, Latin, Classical Greek, and 
Russian. Studies ranged from a first 
year concentration on grammar and 
vocabulary to the discussions on 
French poetry and contemporary lit- 
erature, held in Mr. Sutherland's 
French IX and X class. Senior French 
students spent the year preparing 
for the Advanced Placement Tests, 
while Juniors in French, German, 
Latin, and Spanish classes attempted 
to qualify for the Indiana University 
Honors Program. 

Two new teachers, Mrs. Martha 
Beasley and Mr. David Hammer, 
were added to the department's 
faculty. I. U. Honors students Mari- 
anne Mitter and Andy Carroll as- 
sisted in teaching a third year Ger- 
man class. 



Advanced German students listen attentively as Lester Groth lectures on German litera- 
ture. 




Miss Louise Reiter clears up a point of 
grammar for her Second-year-German 

Class. 



Individual attention adds a personal touch 
to Mrs. Martha Beasley's French class. 





striving for perfection, these first-year 
French students use a quiet stairway for 
reciting dialogues. 



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Mr. David Hammer instructs a group of freshmen on the fundamentals of the French language. 




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Planetarium added to science department 




The appointment of a new Science 
Department head, Mr. Donald King, 
spearheaded the many other changes 
in the department. Mr. King intro- 
duced his plans for curricular addi- 
tions and other developments within 
the department. The Biology Depart- 
ment also added two new teachers, 
Mr. Jerry Chance and Mrs. Bonnie 
Farley. 

Once again, insect nets and killing 
jars, binoculars, fetal pigs, and mi- 
croscopes filled the activity schedule 
of sophomore biology students. Ad- 
vanced courses in physiology and 
microbiology were again offered to 
upperclassmen. 

Probably the biggest addition to 
the Science Department was the new 
Farquhar Planetarium, which was set 
up for the benefit of all students. 
The Planetarium has several projec- 
tion globes which can be used inter- 
changeably to recreate the night sky 
for any place on the earth at a par- 
ticular time. The Planetarium helped 
bring physical science classes up to 
date with the rapidly developing field 
of space exploration and study. 



Keith Rand, Suzi Fortier, and Lila Osili watch as Kerry Kirch works an experiment with 
the Bunsen burner. 





Mr. Baker discusses photosynthesis. 



Two physics students puzzle over an experiment. 



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Resembling a huge hair dryer, the pianitatium dominates the honor study hali. 



Clinton Carbon and his biology partner. 




Sophomores first Biology class experience is disecting grasshoppers. 



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Mr. Freeland illustrates a fine point in algebra. 



Grappling with the tasks of solv- 
ing simultaneous equations, inter- 
polating logarithms, untangling com- 
plex story problems, and devising 
valid geometric proofs, Shortridge 
math students again found their 
niche in a third floor environment. 
Some freshmen struggled through 
Algebra I and II, while others ori- 
ented themselves to the basics of 
arithmetic in Pre-Algebra. More ad- 
vanced math students studied the in- 
triguing concepts of College Algebra, 
Trigonometry, Plane Geometry, and 
Calculus. 

The math teachers encouraged 
floundering pupils to get help 
through the National Honor Society 
which offered a tutoring program. 

Subject matter was presented in 
interesting ways to challenge the stu- 
dent. Overhead projectors and films 
were used to emphasize primary and 
optional ideas as well as to add inter- 
est and generate enthusiasm in 
mathematics. 





Debbie Jackson and Brad Smith review the day's material. 



Susan Rice solves a problem in math. 



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Unraveling problems sharpens math acumen 




Mrs. Marian Moses is teaching algebra. 



Mr. Thomas Bresnahan explains the functions of square roots 





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Miss Lucille Wahl helps Barbara Hill unravel an algebraic mystery. 



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Time line toured through history courses 




Mr. Thomas Payne returns examinations to anxious government students. 



Aurelia Baker points out an important spot on the map. 







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Mrs. Emma Randall lectures to a class in history. 



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Absentees on a test day? 



Mr. Larry Burdick locates Monaco for a World History class. 



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The introduction of new texts, 
courses, and teachers highlighted 
the year in the History Department, 
headed by Thomas Payne. Students 
were offered classes ranging from 
Early World History to International 
Relations; and seniors were able to 
elect psychology, sociology, English 
History, and Black History. 

There was additional cooperation 
between the history departments of 
the high school and junior high 
school. The two departments shared 
the audio-visual facilities consisting 
of over 600 films and manuals. 
These films make up the largest col- 
lection in the Indianapolis Public 
School System. 

The History Department again 
sponsored the Lilly Scholarship Pro- 
gram and a total of $1500 was 
awarded to two students. 



Mrs. Jean Jackson listens to questions from her history students. 



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Art Department cultivates creative abilities 




A lump of clay transforms into a graceful form under the fingers of Sandra Dowling. 



Creativity — the essence of art. 
This is what that Shortridge Art De- 
partment emphasized. The ability to 
express oneself on canvas, in clay, 
or metal was the goal of Shortridge's 
artists. The art classes participated 
in several contests testing their abil- 
ity. The students in the art classes 
competed for the honor of having 
their compositions used as a cover 
for the Junior Vaudeville Program, 
Spring Sampler, or Christmas Echo. 
Some also entered their creative 
works in various poster contests 
and the Scholastic Arts program. 

Originality was stressed in the 
courses of art, craft art, ceramics, 
art appreciation, and metal enamel- 
ing. The art students benefited the 
school by producing posters for 
various school organizations, and 
designing backdrops for stage 
productions. 

The Roda Selleck Art Gallery was 
maintained through the generous 
services of the Fine Arts Association. 




Niven Drybrough seems to live in a world of his own with paints and a brush. 



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Music department accompanist, Mrs. 
Nancy Lucas, diligently works with Choral 
Club members. 





Leonard Behling 
students. 



corrects the homework of Willetta Posley, one of his music theory 



Training classes prepare future musicians 



Mr. James Kantarze instructs Choral Club on the proper techniques of singing. 




Involved harmonies and dynamic 
rhythm patterns emanated from the 
fourth floor windows as music stu- 
dents studied band, orchestra, and 
beginning and advanced music 
theory. Melodies from the Baroque 
Period mingled with the dissonances 
of twentieth century music. 

While beginning theory students 
studied interval relationships, ad- 
vanced students wrote three- and 
four-part orchestral compositions. As 
in previous years, the A Cappella 
choir spent September and Decem- 
ber rehearsing four choruses from 
The Messiah. 

The marching band worked hard 
all during the fall football season 
preparing routines and music for 
halftime shows. Later in the year the 
stage band presented the Sweater- 
man's Concert, a favorite activity of 
most band members. 

Working toward excellent perfor- 
mances for the Senior Play and the 
Christmas Program was the SHS 
orchestra which also played in the 
state music competition. 



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Martha Simon is aided by Mrs. Catherine DeRossette in selecting the right pattern. 



Homemakers 
acquire skills 



Through the development of gour- 
met and sewing talents, the Home 
Economics Department was prepar- 
ing prospective homemakers for 
their future. Resources for Living 
and Family Living provided the 
necessary instruction in methods of 
raising a family. 

Meanwhile, strange aromas wafted 
into the second floor corridor from 
the food classes. If it was impossible 
to tell from the smell, the ex- 
pressions on the cooks' faces relayed 
the message of success or failure. 

Advancing from simple patterns 
to more difficult ones, students, en- 
rolled in clothing classes, studied 
the fundamentals of fine tailoring. 
Their finished garments were 
modeled at the spring fashion show. 



Senior girls in Resources for Living work 
on their food project. 





Pondering a proper pattern is an activity of a clothing class. 



With new leadership this year the 
Business Department got off to a 
flying start. Mrs. Ruth Webb, who 
has been teaching at Shortridge for 
eight years, became the new head 
of the department last fall. With the 
aid of the other faculty members in 
the department, she planned and 
taught a variety of business courses. 

New equipment in the department 
included a Burrough's Electric Calcu- 
lator to use in bookkeeping classes. 
The portable machine provided stu- 
dents with instant answers to math 
problems simply by pushing a but- 
ton. Plans were made for a new 
course in machine calculation using 
this device. 

Mrs. Webb hoped that an accel- 
erated secretarial practice course 
could be introduced. This course 
would be designed for senior stu- 
dents who would like part-time em- 
ployment in college. The course 
would teach fundamental secretarial 
skills. 

Popular courses such as Typing I 
and II, Shorthand I, Salesmanship, 
and Business Math were offered. 




Striving to augment their typing speed, students practice tiieir lesson. 



SHCRTRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL 



Innovations, variety spark business year 





Business Office assistant, Gwen Greer, 
checks the Shortridge activity receipts at 
the end of the day. 



Performing a myriad of tasks, Mrs. Mary Siege! busies herself In the Business Office. 



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A labyrinth of wires puzzles Mark Hammer and William Palmer, while Mr. Charles Thomas 
is amused. 



Taking an active part in most 
Shortridge affairs, tine Industrial Arts 
Department gave many students op- 
portunities to relate themselves to 
industry crafts. 

Electronics, one of the mainstays 
of modern civilization, stressed a 
complete education in the uses and 
comprehension of electricity, while 
the Metal Shop taught welding and 
foundry. Architectural Machine and 
Mechanical Drawing enhanced the 
curriculum of students possessing 
vocational skills. 

Successfully designing furniture 
produced jubilant expressions on the 
faces of woodworking students. 
Graphic Arts pupils labored tedious- 
ly for many hours to produce the 
Echo, school calendars, activity pro- 
grams, and fliers for the benefit of 
the entire school. Individuals en- 
rolled in Stagecraft gained experi- 
ence, sometimes by trial-and-error, 
in the operation of the complex stage 
equipment. 



Craft arts shape vocations 





Willie Johnson center-punches stock in the Metal Shop as Alex Seawood, Wayne Wim- 
satt, and John Gorske look on. 



Only-Girl-Electrician Stephanie Heard 
shows skill. 



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Girls add feminine touch to ROTC corps 



Shortridge ROTC cadets served 
under a new commandant, M-Sgt. 
Claud Shanks. The corps' new look 
also included eleven girl sponsors 
and an all-girl drill team. Thirty-four 
girls were selected for the team after 
all-school auditions. They marched 
with the unit in the Veteran's Day 
Parade, the Homecoming Parade, 
and performed during half-times at 
home basketball games. 

The Rifle Team was involved in 
several competitions with other city 
and county schools, including 
shoulder-to-shoulder matches, the 
unit postal match, and the Sweet 
Sixteen Rifle Match. 

The drill team competed in four 
major drill meets, and performed for 
various activities throughout the 
year. The Color Guard participated in 
pep sessions, and presented the 
colors before home basketball 
games. The Honor Guard provided 
special guard services for many pro- 
grams and officials during the year. 




Sgt. Claud Shanks instructs his class concerning rank patches. 





The ROTC Drill Team prepares a new routine. 



Alan McCullough and Eric Franklin receive congratulations. 



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Gymnasts build strong minds and muscles 




Executive changes in the Physical 
Education Department began a new 
era for Shortridge gym pupils. Wil- 
liam Merrill, new department head, 
stressed the purpose of the depart- 
ment as "physical education and 
recreation." 

The recent administration policies 
decidedly paved the way for more 
recreation in the department's cur- 
riculum. A four-lane electric bowling 
alley was acquired as a donation to 
Shortridge High School. 

Among newly proposed courses 
were wrestling, archery, tennis, vol- 
leyball, golf, ping-pong, and camp- 
ing. Professionals in these activities 
will be employed to demonstrate the 
basic skills required in such sports. 



Physical education students actively engage in a game of basketball. 



"One, two, three, lift that 
knee!" 




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'Well, one more day without an accident." 



Mr. James Hill lectures to a health and safety class. 



On-the-road training aids future drivers 



Before venturing out into hazard- 
ous traffic, future automobile opera- 
tors, enrolled in Driver's Education, 
met daily in the east end of the 
cafeteria. 

The course placed emphasis on 
driving courtesy and coordination. 
Beginning students improved their 
driving skills in dual-controlled cars 
supplied by Northside Rambler. 

Additional training in the areas of 
highway safety and first-aid was ac- 
quired in classrooms through visual 
aids, films, and lectures. Instructors 
Paul Dill, Ernest Frigo, James Hill, 
and George Theofanis guided the 
students towards mental and physi- 
cal adeptness in driving. 




Archie Bradley takes charge of the projector in a health and safety class. 



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Curious, inquisitive 
students participate 
in extracurricuiar 
activities. 
They carry the 
Shortridge Experience 
beyond the iimits 
of the classroom 

Activities 



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Advisor— ROBERT HOUSTON 





Editor-in-Chief— BRYAN GRAHAM 




Innovation sets the pace 





Associate Editor— MARGARET MYERS 



Copy Editor— LYNN HANSEN 



Like students working on a puzzl- 
ing math problem, the staff of the 
1970 ANNUAL knew what they had 
to do: their only problem was how 
to do it. 

The goal of this year's staff was a 
book unique from any other Short- 
ridge yearbook. So, each in his own 
way, the members built their sec- 
tions around one word — innovation. 

Innovations inaugurated by Mr. 
Robert Houston, advisor, included re- 
organization of the staff. This was 
done primarily to ease the workload 
of Editor Bryan Graham and Associ- 
ate Editor Margaret Myers. The new 
positions created were Academics 
Editor, Advertising Manager, and 
Business Manager. With these addi- 
tions, every section of the book was 
thoroughly covered. 

Other innovations included the 
use of different types of paper, a 
new opening section treatment, and 
a color picture in the Academics sec- 
tion, plus special photographic tech- 
niques, a new headline style, and 
short, to-the-point copy. All of these 
culminated in the final product, the 
1970 ANNUAL. 



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Index Editor— BARBARA HAMMES 



SPORTS STAFF: SEATED: John Batuello, Mike Myers (ed.). STANDING: Timothy Lewis, 
Mike Goodwin, Lewis Miller, Chester Dorsey, and Bill Harris. 




for a successful yearbook 




ALBUM STAFF: SEATED: Elaine Drager, Album Editor; STANDING: Sarah Ford, Faculty; 
Angie Veegh, Seniors; Beth Burris, Underclassmen. 




Academics Editor— GERALD JOHNSON 



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Advertising and Business Manager — 
DIANNE SAPERSTEIN 



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1970 ANNUAL GENERAL STAFF — FRONT ROW: Peggy Hudson, Kit Smitii, Theresa Holt, 
IVIike Jordan, Sarah Hochstedler, Mary RingeL ROW 2: Denise Murrell, Vera Mahone, 
Karen Glikert, Rick Borman. 




After school, 
holidays used 
to finish book 





PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF — SEATED: Steve Bryan, Leslie Yeager (ed.), Stanford Williams. 
STANDING: Ted Brown. 



Staffers clean up after a hard day on the job. 



Activities Editor— SYLV/A EISMAN 



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"You wouldn't dare take my picture!' 



MONDAY ECHO STAFF— SEATED: Kevin Kelso, editor. ROW 2: Jeanette Wilson, Helen 
Dea. ROW 3: Bryan Graham, Gricelda Ross, Sheri Eaton, Randy Kelso. ROW 4: Michael 
Busby, Sidney Johnson, Randy Gilliand. 




Echo changes with new size and format 



Seven staffs, one without an edi- 
tor, made up the Shortridge Daily 
Echo, 1969-70. One of only five 
daily high school newspapers, the 
Echo was launched in 1898, making 
it the oldest of the five. 

Miss Jean Grubb, faculty sponsor, 
managed to keep the publication 
within the accepted guidelines while 
giving the editors and their staffs as 
much journalistic freedom as 
possible. 

The Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, 
and Friday editions each had their 
own editor and staff, while the 
Wednesday Echo was put together 
each week by Miss Grubb's journal- 
ism class. The sports editor was on 
hand for each edition, but the pho- 
tography editor had to worry only 
about the Wednesday picture pages. 

As a result of being completely 
subsidized this year, the Echo was a 
smaller paper, and the format was 
changed from four to three columns, 
but the student body received it free 
of charge. 

Special editions were printed at 
various times. One was sponsored by 
the PTA; it contained information 
about Shortridge events and course 
offerings and was sent to eighth 
graders throughout Indianapolis. 




TUESDAY ECHO STAFF — SEATED: Margie Sanderson, editor. ROW 2: Deborah French, 
Mary Ringel. ROW 3: Marsha Wineglass, Lorna Douglas, Jackie Early. ROW 4: Kevin 
Llllard, Pat Gregory, Camille Kennedy, Terri Parker, Elizabeth Sherlock. 



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ECHO PHOTOGRAPHERS: Leslie Yeager, 
Steve Schmidt. 



ECHO SPORTS STAFF — SEATED; Rod Us- 
her, Mike Myers (ed.), Paul Stimer. 
STANDING: Sherman Williams, Tim Lewis, 
Rob McClure. 



WEDNESDAY ECHO STAFF— FRONT ROW: 
Theresa Holt. ROW 2; Vera Mahone, Jane 
Warders. ROW 3: Retha Glenn, Kerry 
Brunt, Anne Jacobi, Jacqueline Smith. 




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CHRISTMAS ECHO EDITOR— Sarah Hoch- 
stedler. 





THURSDAY ECHO STAFF— SEATED: Sarah 
Hochstedler, editor. ROW 2: Susie Mc- 
Kee, Mike Jordan. ROW 3: Trish Lasher, 
Alan Stall, Karen Glikert, Marie O'Connor, 
Lynn Hansen, Carol Hansen, Audrey 
Heard, Bobby Madden. ROW 4: Sidney 
Johnson, Barbara Bridwell, Bruce Hill, 
Gerald Johnson, Beth Burris, Rick Bor- 
man. 



Echo staffs 
prepare the 
SHS news 



FRIDAY ECHO STAFF— SEATED: Dianne 
Saperstein, Anne Carley, editor, Peter 
Busch. ROW 2: Tom Beck, Nancy Hawke, 
Sharon Hoog. ROW 3: Charles Monger, 
Alan Mitter, Cathy McAndrews, Marie Cur- 
tis, Bruce Wright. ROW 4: Craig Hoog, 
Andy Carroll, Jon Hawkins, Steve Wil- 
liams. 




C. Murphy White "drops a line of type" for the Echo. 




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Journalists blossom into flower children 



Quill and Scrollers Margie Sanderson and 
Harriet Sharlow admire the many mums. 





QUILL AND SCROLL — FRONT ROW: Mr. Robert Houston, sponsor, Mike Myers, Anne Car- 
ley, Harriet Sharlow, Sarah Hochstedler, Lynn Hansen. ROW 2: Anita DeFrantz, Bryan 
Graham, Miss Jean Grubb, sponsor. Rick Borman, Barbara Bridwell. 




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1970 QUILL AND SCROLL INITIATES — FRONT ROW: Gerald Johnson, Leslie Yeager, Mar- 
gie Sanderson. Row 2: Dianne Saperstein, Bobby Madden, Kevin Kelso. 



Quill and Scroll, the International 
journalistic honorary society, is a 
select group of high school students 
who have written at least 360 column 
inches for the ECHO or local news- 
papers, or who have been recom- 
mended by the yearbook advisor. 
Initiates must rank in the upper one- 
third of their class. 

Under the sponsorship of Miss 
Jean Grubb and Mr. Robert Houston, 
Quill and Scroll began a successful 
year by selling mums at Homecom- 
ing. Inflation struck the beautiful 
flowers and the price was raised to 
650. They did, however, sell well. 

Two separate candlelight initia- 
tions were held, one in January, 
where the new initiates put on skits, 
replacing the traditional guest speak- 
er. The second initiation was the an- 
nual Spring Awards Banquet. The old 
members of Quill and Scroll took 
charge of this task, and made it one 
of the most successful in the school. 
This banquet featured such guest 
speakers as Mayor Richard G. Lugar, 
a former ECHO sports editor; 
Richard K. Shull, Indianapolis NEWS 
television editor; and Dan Wakefield, 
author and former ANNUAL editor. 



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The Stage Crew had a busy year 
turning out four productions, not in- 
cluding auditoriums and the mara- 
thon Junior Vaudeville. Two of those 
productions, "The Christmas Miser" 
and the musical "Wildcat," had to be 
produced without the assistance of 
Stage Director Arthur Studebaker. 
Mr. Studebaker had an extended 
leave of absence due to an operation. 

The Stage Crew had responsibili- 
ty for behind-the-scenes control of 
lighting, scenery, props, sound and 
stage maintenance. Stage Crew mem- 
bers were also eligible to receive 
Thespian points for their efforts. 

Dedicated to superior student 
composition, the Shortridge Fiction 
Club continued in its fine tradition 
this year. At club meetings students 
traded composition criticism and 
formulated new ideas in writing. This 
year. Miss Mary-Glenn Hamilton as- 
sumed the duties of club sponsor. 




STAGE CREW — FRONT ROW: Susie Buschman, Duncan Laing, Greg Mitchell, Terence 
Crawford, Eric Jones (stage manager), Alan Mitter, Timothy Lewis. ROW 2: Margaret 
Myers, Dave Roth, Thom Waldo, Steve Bryan, Craig Strawther, Bob Bryan. 



Stage crew lights while fiction'ers write 




FICTION CLUB— FRONT ROW: Dianne Saper- 
stein, Buffy Jones, Michael French, Wendy 
Busch, Theresa Holt, Trish Adams. ROW 2: 
Rob McClure, Peter Busch, Joe Ingraham, An- 



ita DeFrantz, Phyllis Caudle, Tom Nolan, Syl- 
via Frazier, Stanford Williams, Miss Mary-Glenn 
Hamilton, sponsor. 



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Linguists participate in cultural exchange 




LATIN CLUB — SEATED: Lanora Freeman (sec), Anne Jacobi (pres.), Camille Kennedy 
(v. pres.), Taryn Kennedy (treas.). ROW 2: Anita Atkins, Beth Burris, Robert Sayles, 
David Morokoff, Lloyd Hall, Mrs. Emma Randall (sponsor). ROW 3: Lorraine Woodard, 
David Miller, Tracey Atwood, Stephanie Banks, Kevin Combs, Michelle Hall. 



LE CERCLE FRANCAIS— SEATED; Craig Hoog (v. pres.), Ted Grosbach (pres.), Peter 
Busch (treas.). ROW 2: Dianne Saperstein, Debbie Elam, Sarah Hochstedler, Ann Russell, 
June Oldham, Aurelia Baker, Wendy Busch, Joe Ingraham. ROW 3; Kathy Wharton, 
Sharon Hoog, Tom Nolan, John Polley, Bart Brown, Jeannette Gerzon, Gwen Russell. 



Flamingo Rehala was open to all 
Spanish students. By mixing fun and 
recreation with seriously toned pro- 
grams, Flamingo members gained 
information of Spanish-speaking na- 
tions, and increased their ability to 
speak a foreign language. Mr. 
Richard Cohen was the club's 
sponsor. 

German Club, sponsored by Miss 
Louise Reiter, was open to all Ger- 
man classes. The main project was 
the Oktoberfest held in December. 
Refreshments, a kazoo band, and tra- 
ditional decorations were provided, 
while slides of Germany were shown. 

Several Shortridge students of 
French participated in the activities 
of Le Cercle Francais, a national 
organization. The social event of the 
year was an inter-denominational 
Noel party given by the members. 
The organization emphasized cultural 
exchange between the United States 
and France. 

The purpose of the SPQR, also 
known as the Latin Club, is to further 
young people's interest in the classi- 
cal language. Highlighting this year's 
schedule were Saturnalia at Christ- 
mas and a Latin Valentine party in 
February. 




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FLAMINGO REHALA— FRONT ROW: Mr. Richard Cohen, (sponsor), 
Geralynn Bellamy, Marilyn Hamler, Carol Pike, Berena Pannell, 
Beverly Moody (v. pres.), Angela Dunn (treas.), Theresa Holt 
(sec), Neline Berry (pres.), Bernadette Randle, Patricia Dabney, 



Marie O'Connor. ROW 2: William Rauch, Keith Rand, Arthur 
Shorter, Ervin Perkins, Jerry Murray, Joyce Houghton, Dorothy 
Denkins, Cassandra Burks, Patricia Larkin, Rene Dupre, Lynette 
Jarrett, Karen Bishop, Gary Thompson, Clarita Eubanks. 




Mr. Allen Sutherland "looks into the fu- 
ture" of Le Cercle Francais. 



GERMAN CLUB — SEATED: Miss Louise Reiter (sponsor), Fred Poehlman (pres.), Margie 
Sanderson (sec), Mike Morgan (tres.). ROW 2: Rick Borman, Ann Starrett, Kerry Kirch, 
Barb Stone. ROW 3: Toni Clark, Sharon Archie, Kazuko Knight, Janis Eshowsky, Nancy 
Bell, Rita Tess. 




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JUNIOR-SENIOR GREAT BOOKS: Rick Borman, Sarah Hochstedler, Betsey Fatout, Mr. 
Richard Cohen, sponsor, Kris Lawson, Anne Carley, Peter Busch. 



One of the most popular and use- 
ful clubs In Shortridge are the Great 
Books Clubs. Divided into two sec- 
tions: Freshman-Sophomore, and 
Junior-Senior, the clubs not only read 
books, but analyzed and determined 
underlying meanings. 

The purpose of the Junior-Senior 
Great Books Club was to provide 
students with the opportunity to read 
and discuss famous literary works. 
One of the books read was "Life With 
Father." 

Again this year, the meetings were 
held in the home of the sponsor, Mr. 
Richard Cohen. 

The Freshman-Sophomore Great 
Books Club was formed to promote 
interest in reading, to help members 
find meaning and get more enjoy- 
ment from great world literature. 

Mrs. Ruth Paller, faculty sponsor, 
led the group in discussing such 
works as "Huckleberry Finn" and the 
"Diary of Anne Frank." 



'Ridgers analyze, discuss literary greats 




FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE GREAT BOOKS: Terry V^^alsh, Lois Stratton, Kris Lawson, Sharon Watkins. 



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Arthur Miller, Gen. Hershey invade SHS 



The purpose of the Campus Book 
Club was "To read and analyze mod- 
ern paperbacks." This year their dis- 
cussions centered on such novels as 
True Grit, The Crucible, The Robe, 
and The Outsiders. At Christmas the 
group sold candy canes to raise 
money for a trip to Chicago. Sponsor- 
ing the club was Mrs. Rosemary 
Carpenter. 

After being inactive for nearly 
three years, the Shortridge Debate 
team was rejuvenated under the 
supervision of Mr. Richard Cohen. 

Members learned to think "on 
their feet," as well as to prepare logi- 
cal arguments. The stated purpose of 
the group was to learn the principles 
and skills of debating. 

The club was open to both boys 
and girls of all levels in school. 

During the year, the debaters 
worked on the subject of "America's 
Military Commitments." This was the 
topic chosen as the national subject 
for high school debating. 




CAMPUS BOOK CLUB— FRONT ROW; Karen Ross, Alan McCullough (recorder), Cheryl 
Ovelton (sec), Terry Cunningham (vice-pres.), Lynn Hosmer (pres.), Barbara Hill, Jackie 
Kennedy. ROW 2: Prentis Porter, Niven Drybrough, Jim Espiritu, Chung Meng, Linette 
White, Esther Thornton, Jacqueline Smith. 



DEBATE CLUB — SEATED: Kevin Kelso, Diane Conway (sec), John hop, Ava Anderson. ROW 2: Kevin Lillard, Camille Kennedy, Bruce 

Polley (pres.), John Weber (vice-pres.), Richard Hudson, Bob Bis- Wright, Mr. Richard Cohen (sponsor). 




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Young explorers roam field and stream 




NATURALISTS' CLUB STEERING COMMITTEE— FRONT ROW: Leigh Wlldman, Karen 
O'Brien, Dianne Saperstein, Peggy Harger, Kris Tatar. ROW 2: Anita DeFrantz, Madeline 
Brane, Liz Ulen, Myla Jalliffe. ROW 3: Matt Lieber, Andy Carroll, Tom Nolan, Tim Mc- 
Dowell, Bob Rowe, Bruce Jordan. 



Naturalists' Club was revitalized 
this year. Under the sponsorship of 
Mr. Hoover Baker, the group began 
several exciting projects. On the 
agenda were more field trips to In- 
diana State Parks, Audubon pro- 
grams, and various lectures of sci- 
entific value to young biologists. 

The School Board asked the Natu- 
ralists to help clean up an area at 
Eagle Creek delegated for public 
school use. 

The Steering Committee served as 
the mobilizing hand of Naturalists' 
Club and organized the club 
functions. 




NATURALISTS' CLUB— FRONT ROW; Todd Dietz, Peggy Harger, 
Bob Rowe, Dianne Saperstein. ROW 2: John Kirmil, Karen Glikert, 
Mary Nolan, Lynn Hansen, Jeanette Gerzon, Kerry Kirch, Karan 
O'Brien, Carol Henderson, Sesie Kunz, David Niss, Fritz Kunz, 
David Skola, Ann Starrett, Liz Ulen, Bruce Jordan. ROW 3: Glenn 
McDonald, Ted Brown, Tom Streatar, Randy Strand, Ted Gros- 



bach. Rick Adams, Joe Ingraham, Alan Stall, Larry Risch, Betty 
Jo Rawls, Patty Hummons, Betsy Fatout, Sylvia Eisman, Angle 
Veegh, Steve Bryan. ROW 4: Sidney Johnson, Thomas Nolan, 
Greg Strand, Roz Dunham, Vickie Lewis, Anita DeFrantz, Kris 
Tatar, Diana Frazier, Karen McClain, Linda Lee, Aleta Hodge, 
Matt Leiber, Tim McDowell. 



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Quick witted and hot tongued — 
that's the only way to describe the 
Exercise in Knowledge team! Their 
instant recall on subjects unknown to 
many students stimulated heated 
contests with teams from other 
schools. 

Subjects covered included dif- 
ferent facets of art, music, mathe- 
matics, history, and current events. 
One question, concerning the Indiana 
State Flower, was missed by both the 
Varsity and Reserve teams during a 
school auditorium program, but this 
was one of the few items missed by 
both teams. 

Members of the Exercise in Knowl- 
edge team also composed the High 
School Bowl team. They were led by 
Joe Ingraham, who acted as team 
captain, and sponsored by Mrs. Con- 
stance Kirby. 




HIGH SCHOOL BOWL — FRONT ROW: Ted Grosbach, Joe Ingraham, Peter Busch, Alan 
Stall. ROW 2: John Rowings (manager), Michael Goler, Jim Campbell, Wendy Busch, 
Ted Morris, Glenn McDonald (manager). 



Quiz kids vie for top honors on television 



Ted Grosbach exclaims over the sights of WFBM-TV. 




Glenn McDonald, manager, asks the teams a tough question 
during an auditorium. 




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starting math students could join 
tine Hi-Pi Club, which was open to 
Freshmen and Sophomores. 

If a Shortridge student wished to 
join the Math Club, he must be en- 
rolled in Geometry II classes, or 
above, and have a C average in math. 
Another method of joining was for a 
prospective member to have been in 
Hi-Pi for one year. If a student 
wished to join the club, and could 
still not meet the requirements, he 
could qualify by writing a research 
paper on some aspect of mathe- 
matics. 

Mu Alpha Theta is the national 
honor society of mathematics. The 
difficult national requirements were: 
student participation in Algebra III, 
or above, having a B plus average in 
all math courses, and a B average in 
all subjects taken at Shortridge. 

Miss Lucille Wahl sponsored all 
three of the Shortridge math groups 
last year. 



MU ALPHA THETA— FRONT ROW: Miss 
Lucille Wahl (sponsor), Todd Dietz, Les- 
lie Yeager, Randy Kelso. ROW 2: Kevin 
Kelso, John Shaw, John Rowings, Bruce 
Wright. 



Math clubs explore numerical mysteries 



MATH CLUB— FRONT ROW: Margaret Myers (sec), Lucille Wahl (sponsor). ROW 2: Tom Marks, Jack 

John Shaw (pres.), Leslie Yeager (v. pres.), Miss Perkins, Bruce Wright, Todd Dietz. 



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Dean's aids 
help school 
thru service 



To meet the emergencies of the 
ever-busy Dean of Girls office, was 
the True Blue Club. Composed of 
twelve Shortridge girls, the members 
worked every period in the Dean's 
office and helped Miss Rose Ella 
King with the needs of 785 Short- 
ridge girls. 



HI-PI— FRONT ROW: Chung Meng (pres.), 
Michael French (v. pres.), Cathy Walsh 
(sec.-treas.), Miss Lucille Wahl (sponsor). 
ROW 2: Luke Akard, Philip Lowry, Melva 
Thomas, Mary Ingraham, Jacqueline Early, 
Mindy Wright. 




TRUE BLUE — FRONT ROW: Miss Rose Ella King (sponsor), Harriet Sharlow, Cecilia Nol- 
cox, Yvonne Rawls, Helen Lingeman. ROW 2: Kemy Jee, Karen Moore, Avis Johnson, 
Denise Walker, Debbie Moseley, Celeste Strickland, Anita Atkins, Liz Ulen. 



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ROTC SPONSORS — FRONT ROW: Grace Heshelman, Margaret Myers, Patty Hummons, 
Irish Lasher. ROW 2: Arietta Rhodes, Lila Osili, Anne Jacobi, Esther Thornton. 



The Shortridge Rifle Team com- 
peted in several city and county 
meets. The matches included shoul- 
der-to-shoulder, unit postal match 
and the Sweet Sixteen Rifle Match. 

Competition in major drill meets 
and performances in many, varied 
activities kept the drill team very 
busy during the school year. 

This year, something was added 
to the local R.O.T.C. for the first 
time. The Girl's Drill Team, which 
consisted of twenty-eight members 
was started by new Shortridge com- 
mandant, SFC Claude Shanks. The 
girls had to compete for membership 
by learning a marching routine and 
auditioning. From the fifty girls who 
tried-out, only twenty-eight were 
chosen. 

The girls also participated at drill 
meets, along with the Boy's Drill 
Team. They won a trophy for their 
marching routine at one such meet. 
The girls also marched as a haiftime 
show at home basketball games and 
performed for the school in an 
R.O.T.C. auditorium. 



Rifle team competes in country, city meets 




GIRL'S DRILL TEAM — FRONT ROW: Sharon Levels (commander), 
Luia Barnett, Geralyn Tate, Deborah Dodson, Orvella Isaac, Cyn- 
thia Scruggs, Lynne Johnston, Marilyn Hamler, Priscilla Mollis, 
Pamela Macky, Vickie Benberry. ROW 2: Roslyne Busby, Annette 
Flanagan, Barbara Brown, Gwendolyn Thomas, Theresa Daven- 



port, Bonita Busby, Pamela Sallee, Dorine Twyman, Vikki Sallee, 
Virginia Booth. ROW 3: Zettie Allen, Wanda Burks, Jackie Roddy, 
Vanita Banks, Doris Kendrick, Sandra Steaven, Gloria Johnson, 
Elizabeth Sherlock, Patricia Burris, Lynette Jarrett. 



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BATTALION STAFF: Trish Lasher (sponsor), Lt. CoL Eric Franklin (Battalion Commander), Sgt. Maj. 
Robert Ratcliffe. 



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Two members of the Color Guard await 
their turn to march in Homecoming fes- 
tivities at Julius Field. 



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RIFLE TEAM — FRONT ROW: Sgt. Claud Shanks (commandant), Mike Morgan, Reginald 
Mason, Trish Lesher (sponsor). ROW 2: Mike Starr, Phil Stern, Mike Taylor, Richard Littrell, 
Enoch Vinnegar. 




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A CAPPELLA CHOIR — FRONT ROW: Neline Berry, Margaret Myers, 
Priscilla Hollis, Tricia Adams, Susan Robinson, Grace Heshelman, 
Audrey Heard, Cheryl Thompson, Camille Kennedy, Jane Temple, 
David Thomas. ROW 2: Susie Buschmann, Barbara Malone, Be- 
rena Pannell, Linda Ragland, Lisa Brady, Sara Ford, Jana Walker, 
Nancy Rogers, Paulette Ford, Lori Butsch, Martha McAndrews, 
Bernadetta Randle. ROW 3: Trish Lasher, Deborah Shaw, Lloyd 



Hall, Karen McKee, Roger Panyard, Martin Miller, Jerry Murray, 
Bobby Madden, Daphne Johnson, Ted Brown, Eric Jones, John 
Steward, Ellis Woolridge, Carl Woods. ROW 4: Andrew Cosentino, 
Melvin Carraway, Kenneth Oliver, George Wright, Dave Slates, 
Rick Panyard, Fritz Kunz, Michael Hayden, Arthur Cobb, Fred 
Poehlmann, Bart Brown. 




Merry Madrigals prepare for another performance. 



A Cappella, 



Under the direction of IVIr. Thomas 
Preble, the a Cappella choir per- 
formed serious music of a classical 
and contemporary nature. Comprised 
of 120 young singers, the choir pre- 
pared four choruses from The Mes- 
siah to be sung at Christmas. 

Funds to finance the annual Cho- 
ral Classic were raised through ticket 
sales for the Choral Benefit and 
through a gigantic candy sale. Many 
long months of preparation were re- 
quired for the Classic. Four soloists 
from the New York Metropolitan 
Opera were featured with the choir in 
performing the complete Requiem 
by Verdi. 

Sixteen beautifully blended voices 
combined with classical songs to 
make up the Madrigal Singers, under 
the direction of Mr. James Kantarze. 

Christmas was especially busy for 
the members as they sang for many 
programs. The songs included a 
repertoire of Sixteenth through Nine- 
teenth Century madrigals. 



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FRONT ROW: Marge Craft, Debby Gentry, Remelle McClendon, 
Howard Baetzhold, Stephanie Heard, Rick Adams, Madeline 
Brane, Theresa Holt, Toni Clark, Joyce Ellison, Debby Stanfill. 
ROW 2: Elaine Chambers, Sylvia Eisman, Marianne Mitter, Patsy 
Read, Jeff Tyler, Suzy Fortier, Peggy Averitte, Susie Crawford, 
Cheryl Bridgeforth, Thom Waldo, Dave Skole, Ross Selmanoff. 



ROW 3: Alan Marsh, Anita DeFrantz, Stephan Wilburn, Cecilia 
Nolcox, John Huddeison, Kris Teter, Victoria lewis, Wanda Wake, 
Deborah Garrett, Barbara Bridwell, Rob Dawson, John Weber, Bill 
Leveque. ROW 4: Greg Strand, Randy Strand, Bruce Hill, Glen 
McDonald, Ronald Gilmore, Jon Usher, John Polley, Kevin Lil- 
lard, Jim Jelliffe, Rick Borman, John Posey, Daniel Smith. 



Madrigals bring Bach the classical style 



MADRIGAL SINGERS— FRONT ROW: Audrey Heard, Patsy Read, 
Liz Ulen, Anita DeFrantz, Vickie Lewis, Elaine Chambers, Barb 
Demas, Paula Cosentino. ROW 2: Leslie Yeager, Rick Borman, 



William White, Rob Gilpin, Bobby Madden, Eric Jones, Dave 
Slates, Rick Adams. 




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Sarah Ford, Kris Teter, Betsy Fatout, and Lorna Douglas do an "old 
soft shoe." 



The Girls Ensemble, a select group 
of sixteen female vocalists, chose 
programs which included such show 
tunes as "Open A New Window" and 
"On A Wonderful Day." The group 
enhanced their entertainment 
through the addition of dance steps 
and hand motions. A jazzy tune, "So 
Tell Me Babe, What's New," provided 
the background for their chore- 
ography. 

New last year, the Choral Club was 
composed of thirty-eight young ladies 
who wore cranberry serarno dresses 
when they sang at performances 
which included Christmas songs at 
the Glendale Shopping Center. 

The Music Men, attired in brown 
plaid jackets, entertained audiences 
throughout the city. Singing such 
numbers as "You're Gonna Hear 
From Me" and "Luck Be A Lady," 
the group was a huge success. Top- 
ping their list of songs was "Officer 
Krumpkee." 

The three groups sang at audi- 
toriums, civic Christmas functions, 
special school events and also ap- 
peared on the Jim Gerard Show, 
where they were interviewed by na- 
tionally syndicated columnist Dr. 
George Crane. 



Groups perform "pop" for school and city 



GIRL'S ENSEMBLE— FRONT ROW; Kerry Kirch, Sesie Kunz, Carol 
Henderson, Sherryl Puckett, Sarah Ford, Betsey Fatout, Debby 
Gentry, Joyce Ellison. ROW 2: Liz Robb, Jane Sonday, Joan 



Means, Daphne Johnson, Roz Dunham, Kris Teter, Lorna Doug- 
las, Berena Pannell. 



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CHORAL CLUB— FRONT ROV^: Mr. James Kantarze, Sponsor, Te- 
ricko Knight, Betty Jo Rawls, Penny Armistead, Janice Lumpkin, 
Terry Willis, Amy Wells, Gwen Spradley, Elsie Sachs, Linda Schnei- 
der, Patty Hummons, Sharon Watkins, Sherryl Pucket, Teresa 
Sanford, Christie Hinton, Betsy Branson, Peggy Barnett. ROW 2; 



Denise Murrell, Peggy Hudson, Liz Robb, Mary Montgomery, 
Becky Wooster, Jane Henderson, Mary Bruce, Alison Rooker, 
Pam Martin, Carmen Cazares, Marya Read, Jane Sonday, Lois 
Stratton, Kay Strong, Roz Dunham. 



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MUSIC MEN — FRONT ROW; Martin Miller, Melvin Carraway, For- 
rest Wooley, Terence Crawford, Daniel Smith, Lloyd Hall, Steve 
Mason, Dale Dupree, Andrew Cosentino. ROW 2: Jerry Murray, 



John Stewart, John Usher, Glenn McDonald, Randy Strand, Ar- 
thur Cobb, Greg Strand, Rodger Panyard, John Polley, Rob Daw- 
son, Ellis Woolridge. 



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Larry King readies for tryouts knowing that practice makes 
perfect. 



ORCHESTRA— v;OL;NS; Jeremy Smith, John Hudelson, Joy Smith, 
Lynn Hansen, Kevin Kelso, Mike Goler, Jane Warders, Luisa 
Jones, Carol Hansen, Janis Eshowsky. VIOLA: Alison Rooker. 
CELLOS: Bryan Graham, Sarah Beth Bradshaw, Yvonne Curtis, 



challenge technique of orchestra; 




STRING ENSEMBLE: Jeremy Smith, John Medjeski, director, Mike Goler, Joy Smith, John Hudelson, Alison 
Rooker, Ezra Bufford, Sarah Bradshaw, Bryan Graham. 



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Rick Hudson, Melva Averitte. BASS: Larry King, Ezra Bufford. 
PERCUSSION: Clinton Carbon, Jake O'Sullivan, Gary Ogden, 
George Lee. DIRECTOR: John Medjeski. WOODWINDS: David 
Niss, Ted iVlorris, Anita Wade, Debbie Stanfill, Jim Campbell, An- 



ita DeFrantz. BRASS: Keith Crane, Lorraine Woodard, John Shaw, 
Tom Marks, Frank Jacobs, Gary Harding, Greg Hinkle, Pheison 
Majors, Mike Curry. 



string ensemble entertains for community 



Hours of drilling and improving 
technique were spent by members 
of the "A" Orchestra, under the di- 
rection of Mr. John Medjeski. 

Following tradition, the orchestra 
played between acts of the Senior 
Play. Strains of holiday music filled 
the air, when the group performed 
for the PTA Christmas program. In 
the spring, the orchestra gave two 
auditoriums and participated in the 
statewide orchestra contest. 

The String Ensemble, made up of 
select members of the orchestra, 
specialized in playing for teas and 
dinners. 

The first "job'' of the year was pro- 
viding entertainment for a banquet 
honoring former Shortridge Principal 
Robert J. Shultz. In November, the 
nine-member ensemble was a fea- 
tured group in the Indianapolis Pub- 
lic Schools-sponsored booth at the 
Hobby Show. The ensemble was hon- 
ored to play for a tea held by the 
First Lady of the state, Mrs. Edgar 
Whitcomb. 



Sarah Beth Bradshaw takes a peek from around her 'cello. 




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Band members lead an impromptu pep session. 




High-Stepping majorettes and tiie 
blare of brass made up the Marching 
Blue Devil band. The fall season saw 
the band perfoming intricate routines 
for home game crowds, and at 
Homecoming, they formed the tradi- 
tional "S" when the queen was an- 
nounced. As the snows fell, the band 
formed into a smaller group, the 
"pep band." The spirit conveyed 
added to the exciting hardwood ac- 
tion of the Satan basketball games. 

The high point of the year was the 
annual Sweaterman's Concert which 
was given by the band in honor of 
those who had earned letter sweaters 
and other coveted awards. 

With the advent of spring, the 
band took to the streets and marched 
in the "500" Festival Parade. The 
crowd who gathered at the Indianapo- 
lis Motor Speedway on Memorial Day 
not only saw an excellent race, but 
saw the Shortridge Band in their 
finest form. 



High-stepping band performs with a flair 



BAND — FRONT ROW: Ted Morris, David Ness, Barbara Malone, 
Bruce Wright, Julia Zimmerman. ROW 2: Phyllis Peacher, Lois 
Zimmerman, Melva Thomas, Chris Salterman. ROW 3: Gary 
Thompson, Cassandra Williams, Steve Mason, Mitchell Garden, 



Tom Marks, Frank Jacobs, Carl Lile, Keith Rand, Mike Myers. 
ROW 4: Jake O'Sullivan, Stephen Lord, Sandra Bentley, Clinton 
Carbon, Gary Odgden, Toni Clark, Herman Burdette, Edwin Walk- 
er, George Lee, Jack Brown, Frank Maxwell. 




Pit orchestra enthralls musical audiences 




PIT ORCHESTRA — ROW 1: Jeremy Smith, John Medjeski (sponsor) 
(violins), Tom Marks (Horn), Leonard Behling (director, sax), Jim 
Campbell (flute), David Niss (sax), Lois Zimmerman (clarinet). 
ROW 2: Janis Eshowsky, Carol Hansen (violins), Larry King (bass), 
Terri Barker (flute), Steve Mason (clarinet), Debby Stanfili (flute), 



Ted Morris (sax). ROW 3: Mike Goler (violin), Clinton Carbon 
(drums), Eblin Walker, George Lee (drums), Mike Myers (sax), 
John Shaw (trumpet), Keith Crane (clarinet). ROW 4: Pheldon 
Majors (Trombone), Greg Hinkle (Trombone). 



FRONT ROW: Cathy Walsh, Marilyn Eaton, Anita Wade, Mickey 
Wright, Debbie Stanfell, Jim Campbell. ROW 2: Mike Hardy, Ev- 
erett Wade, Anita DeFrantz, Terri Parker, Oxie Dupree, Dwayne 
Miller, Pheldon Majors, Larry Rich, John Shaw, Lorraine Wood- 



ard Keith Crane. ROW 3; Robert Myers, Mike Curry, Darrick Ran- 
soni Brian Radcliffe, Gabra Gachaw, Levert Sharpe, Mr. Leonard 
Behling, director, Tracey Gilliand, J. J. Johnson, Greg Hinkle, G. 
L. Harding. 




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Presenting roses to Homecoming 
princesses is among the many du- 
ties of Student Council President 
Rick Borman. 





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Student Council got off to a good 
start this year by establisining a sug- 
gestion box which was placed in the 
lobby of the bookstore. Homecoming, 
as in past years, was completely 
planned and carried out by Student 
Council committees. 

One of the most important Student 
Council achievements was the forma- 
tion of an Executive Committee. The 
members of this committee were the 
presidents of all the school clubs and 
organizations. Their goals were co- 
ordination and cooperation. 

Other Student Council projects 
were a Christmas party for all the 
clubs, a calendar of events, and keep- 
ing the senior bulletin board inter- 
esting and informative. 



Executive committee formed by council 

STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: Anita DeFrantz (tres), Debby Gentry (roll sec), Rick Borman (pres), William White (v.p.), Patsy Read 
(corres. sec). 




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The expression of student thought 
was bolstered by the activities of this 
year's Human Relations Council. The 
"Student Voice" a bi-weekly literary 
publication, edited by Beth Burris, 
hit the presses for the first time in 
the fall and won city-wide notice. The 
Council's varied weekly program pro- 
vided stimulus to students concerned 
with conflicts of the day. A successful 
year reached its peak with the annual 
conference held at the Christian 
Theological Seminary. "The City", 
the conference's theme, received an 
enthusiastic response. 

Roy Aberson, the group's sponsor, 
is also Shortridge Human Relations 
Counselor. 




HUMAN RELATIONS COUNCIL OFFICERS: Sidney Johnson, John Halliburton, Peter Busch. 



HRC introduces new literary publication 



HRC — SEATED; Denise Walker, John Halliburton, Peter Busch, Sid- 
ney Johnson. FRONT ROW: Marilyn Hamler, Rick Borman, Cas- 
sandra Williams, Marj Craft, Deborah Colbert, Bernadette Ran- 
dle, Cheryl Bridgeforth, Berena Pannell, Susan Robinson, Ann 
Russell, Neline Berry, Karen Glikert, Liz Ulen, Mary Bruce, Alison 
Rooker, Amy Wells, Willie Blow, Wallace Westfeldt. ROW 2: Diane 
Conway, Denise Brooks, Joyce Houghton, Anita Atkins, Karen Mc- 



Kee, Daphne Johnson, Jackie Smith, Jeanette Gerzon, Sylvia Eis- 
man, Jack Perkins, Jane Sonday, Todd Deitz, Lloyd Hall, Sharon 
Watkins, Paul Lingeman, Bill Simmons, John Weber. ROW 3: Roz 
Dunham, Saundra Radford, Sharon Levels, Ted Morris, Ric Hud- 
son, Tom Nolan, Ted Brown, Steve Bryan, Mike Goodwin, Bernt 
King, Lois Stratton, Bobby Madden, Thorn Waldo, Linda Schnei- 
der, Mr. Roy Aberson, sponsor. 









GIRL'S LEAGUE— FRONT ROW: Jackie Kennedy, Susie Thompson, 
Kemy Jee, Willie Blow, Cassandra Williams, Sandra Bentley, Toni 
Clark, Denise Walker, Marilyn O'Bannon, Kerry Kirch, Neline Ber- 
ry, Quensetta Williams. ROW 2: Wanda Wake, Virginia Booth, Cyn- 
thia Beaver, Geralynn Bellamy, Cathy Bryant, Margie Hurrle, Deb- 



by Gentry, Marge Drybrough, Doreen Tope, Debbie Maley, Jane 
Sonday, Pamela Salee. ROW 3: Miss Rose King (sponsor), Anita 
Atkins, Rose Ann Baker, Avis Johnson, Joyce Houghton, Denise 
Brooks, Anita De Frantz, Cecilia Nolcox, Karen Moore, Jackie 
Simmons, Rhena Haynes. 



Students help community through service 



KEY CLUB— FRONT ROW: Rick Adams, Alan Stall (sec), Bart 
Brown (pres), Joe Ingraham (treas), Bruce Jordan. ROW 2: Randy 
Strand, Ted Brown, Bob Rowe, William White, Fritz Kunz, John 
Kirmil, Rob Dawson, Mike French, Dave Skole, John Weber, John 
Shaw. ROW 3: Dave Speckman, Bill Kennerly, Rick Panyard, Tom 



Streeter, Rick Borman, Tom Nolan, Jay Strickland, Dan Wolfred, 
Glenn McDonald, Tom Marks, Maurice Wolfred, Alan Patterson, 
Larry Risch. ROW 4: Matt Lieber, Tim McDowell, Ted Morris, 
Sidney Johnson, John Polley, Ted Grosbach, Greg Strand, Jim 
Bradley, John Batuello, Niven Drybrough, Jim Campbell, Martin 
Putelis. 







FRONT ROW: Denise Murrell, Irish Lasher, Mary Bruce, Brenda 
Vance, Karen O'Brien, Terry Willis, Carol Henderson, Marilyn Marn- 
ier, Liz Ulen, Joycelyn Kennedy, Sylvia Eisman, Jana Walker, Ann 
Russell, Linda Schneider. ROW 2: Peggy Hudson, Paulette Ford, 
Karen McKee, Mary Nolan, Ann Starrett, Cheryl Thompson, Cheryl 



Walker, Deborah Stanfill, Patty Hummons, Bettye Jo Rawls, 
Christie Hinton, Aleta Hodge. ROW 3: Yvonne Rawls, Roz Dun- 
ham, Janice Williams, Beth Burris, Barbara Overton, Renita O'Ban- 
non, Deborah Carpenter, Tanya Douglas, Peggy Harger, Karen 
McClain, Kris Teter, Sherryl Puckett, Linda Lee, Diane Frazier. 



Girl's League, under the guidance 
of the Dean of Girls, Miss Rose Ella 
King, carried out a number of service 
projects for the community and 
school. 

To help freshman girls feel more 
at home, the group held a Freshman 
Tea early in the year. Later, with the 
aid of Key Club, the girls worked to 
produce a more beautiful Shortridge 
court and did volunteer work at Cen- 
tral State Hospital. 

Every Saturday, twenty to twenty- 
five girls worked for two hours at the 
Central State Mental Hospital. Their 
main purpose is to cheer up the 
patients and help them with per- 
sonal needs. For Christmas, Girl's 
League members sent Christmas 
cards to patients in this hospital. 

Key Club had another busy sched- 
ule during the 1969-70 school year. 
Before the first semester had even 
begun, Joe Ingraham was elected re- 
gional Lieutenant-Governor. Then the 
members found themselves wrapped 
up in the Christmas Teen Toy Shop 
and working at Central State each 
Saturday. 

The T.B. poster campaign and the 
campaign for contributions for multi- 
ple sclerosis both found willing 
workers in Key Club. 







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Y-TEENS — FRONT ROW: Denise Murrell, Vickie Hunter (tres.), 
Gwen Thomas (sec), Angela Dunn (publicity chrmn.), Gricelda 
Ross (pres.), Bernadette Randle, Esther Thornton, Deborah 



French. ROW 2: Sylvia Frazier, Sondra Redford, Lesia Weaver, 
Dorine Twyman, Marsha Wineglass, Anita Atkins, Virginia Booth. 



FTA — SEATED: Arietta Rhodes (rec. sec), Claire Rogers (tres.), 
Daniel Smith (comm chrmn.), Beth Burris (pub. sec), Trish 
Lasher (v. pres.). ROW 2: Rodney Redman, John Ray, Miss Jane 
Williams (sponsor), Toni Clark, Joyce Warsaw, Betty Averette, 



Vickie Hunter, Geraldine Williams, Tammie Thompson, Chariene 
Weeks. ROW 3: Lesia Weaver, Bobbie Williams, Theresa Roberts, 
Marsha Wineglass, Shirley Steward, Kazuko Knight, Pat Gregory. 



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FBLA — SEATED: JoAnn Henson (sec), 
Sandra O'Bannon (tres.), Gricelda Ross 
(pres.), Carolyn Elliot (v. p.), Carol Hos- 
kins (historian). ROW 2: Mrs. Ruth Webb 
(sponsor), Sheila Shorts, Janis Russell, 
Marty Simon, Caroline Hughes. ROW S.- 
Jacqueline Smith, Annette Flanagan, Mad- 
elyn Neely. 



Clubs aim to promote friendship, goodwill 



TRI-HI-Y — FRONT ROW: Patricia Dabney 
(sec), Judy Coleman (pres.), Freddie Sul- 
livan, Michael White. ROW 2: Barbara 
Overton, Willetta Posley, Vickie Hunter, 
Prentiss Porter. 



Y-Teens, a service organization for 
high school girls, was affiliated with 
YWCA. A major part of the group's 
activities centered around becoming 
familiar with girls of varied cultural, 
social, and economic backgrounds. 
The group's sponsor was Mrs. Rose- 
mary Carpenter. 

Future Teachers of America was 
designed to create a growth of inter- 
est in the teaching profession. Under 
the sponsorship of Miss Jane Wil- 
liams, the members received advice 
through panel discussions, speakers, 
student teachers, and college 
professors. 

Future Business Leaders of Ameri- 
ca, sponsored by Mrs. Ruth Webb, 
was designed to inform young people 
of the various opportunities available 
in the business field. 

Tri-Hi-Y had another busy year 
with many important activities 
studding their schedule. Included in 
these were the Model United Nations 
and attendance at the YMCA Youth 
Leadership Conference held at In- 
diana Central College. 

The Red Cross Club was a public 
service organization stemming from 
the National Red Cross. Members 
planned a Christmas dance held at 
the Chapter House and a special 
Chit-Chat party for the Indiana Girls 
School. Mr. Sheldon Kantor was the 
sponsor. 




RED CROSS — SEATED: Angela Dunn (pres.), Bernard Pennington (v. p.), Gricelda Ross 
(tres.). ROW 2: Esther Thornton (sec), Sandra Redford, Jacqueline Smith, Geraldine 
Williams. 




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Understanding promotes youth friendships 




INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE CLUB — FRONT ROW: Beth Thomas, 
Hariclia Karaslotou, Debra Elam, Sarah Hochstedler, Marianne 



Mitter. ROW 2: Barb Bridwell, Sylvia Eisman, Tom Streeter, Bart 
Brown, Dagmar Stocker, Dan Wolfred. 



Foreign exchange student and Exchange clubber, Hariclia Kara- 
slotou, looks up after a session with the brush and oils. 



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By way of the International Ex- 
change Club, students became ac- 
quainted with the customs and ac- 
tivities of countries other than our 
own. Filmstrips, slides, photographs, 
and speeches by language teachers, 
and those who have visited various 
countries, all served to establish rap- 
port between students and the for- 
eign world. Exchange students were, 
naturally a favorite source of infor- 
mation for the group. To promote 
world peace and friendship through 
knowledge was the major aim of the 
organization, which was sponsored 
this year by Mrs. Doris Elkins. 

The highlight of each year has al- 
ways been an auditorium held early 
in the second semester. At this time, 
the exchange students were formally 
introduced to the entire student body 
and faculty of Shortridge. 



The Photography Club was both 
a fellowship and learning club. Meet- 
ings were designed to aid in de- 
veloping good picture quality. Speak- 
ers, trips, and lots of practice all 
helped to increase the ability and 
knowledge of those interested in 
photography. 

Led by Mr. Robert Houston, the 
group competed with other schools in 
photography contests. 

The Shortridge Chess Team, 
chosen from members of the Short- 
ridge Chess Club, used its innate 
knowledge of rank and file to com- 
pete successfully against other high 
school chess teams. They joined in 
individual and state tournaments. 

The Chess Club encouraged inter- 
ested students to attend practice ses- 
sions and regular meetings. The 
group, sponsored by Mr. Hoover 
Baker, organized its program to fur- 
ther knowledge and interest in the 
challenging game of chess. 




PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB — Steve Bryan, Mr. Robert Houston (sponsor), Leslie Yeager, Stan- 
ford Williams. 



Chessers, photogs combine learning, fun 



CHESS CLUB — SEATED: John Weber, Bruce McCrae, Ric Hudson, liams. Bob Bishop, Tracey Gilliand, Ervin Denkins. ROW 3: Eric 

Bernard Pennington, Mr. Hoover Baker, sponsor. ROW 2: Bruce Mullen, Alexis Mirsky, Gary Thompson, Michael Grant, Audrey 

Wright, Randy Gilliand, John Polley, Ira Hagon, Stanford Wil- Heard, David Thomas. 




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THESPIANS — FRONT ROW; Myra Hirsch 
(sec'y), Margaret Myers (v. p.), Eric Jones, 
(pres.), Sylvia Eisman (historian). ROW 2: 



Mr. Piiillip Hirsch (sponsor), Kevin Lillard, 
Bob Bryan, Anita De Frantz, Mentha Mar- 
ley, Susie Buschman. 



In the annual All-School Play, held 
in the Spring, all members of the 
Footlights had the chance to prove 
their histrionic ability. This group was 
also involved In the PTA Musical, 
"Wildcat," both off and on stage. 

Anyone interested in dramatics 
was able to become a member of the 
Footlights. Special meetings, featur- 
ing out-of-school speakers who dis- 
cussed various aspects of play pro- 
duction, were also held during the 
school year. 

Members of Footlights could be 
Thespians — if they acquired ten 
Thespian points in any type of stage 
production. This made them eligible 
for membership in the National Thes- 
pian Society. One Thespian point was 
acquired by working ten hours as a 
member of a stage production. Even 
those who worked on the stage crew, 
and in make-up, lighting and other 
off-stage duties could also accumu- 
late points for the national dramatics 
organization. 



Dramatists "break a leg" for Shortridge 



FOOTLIGHTERS — FRONT ROW: Kit Smith, Priscilla Hollis, Donna 
Johnson, Barbara Hill, Jean Hubbard, Teresa Sanford, Alonez 
Finn. ROW 2: Tammie Thompson, Mentha Marley, Dan Smith, 



Karen Glickert, Mary Bruce (sec), Mary Eib, Peggy Barnett, Mr. 
Phillip Hirsch (sponsor). ROW 3: Kevin Lillard, Peggy Hudson, 
Taryn Kennedy, Jane Sonday. 



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Girl causes Dobie trouble in Senior play 



Many members of the class of 
1970 worked hard during October to 
present the Senior Play, "The Many 
Loves of Dobie Gillls" at the end of 
the month. The play centered around 
a typical high school student, Dobie 
Gillis, and his girl friend, Bonnie. 
Trouble begins when the school pa- 
per "The Echo" goes into the red. 
Dobie is assigned the task of raising 
the money needed to finance the 
paper. He decides to hire a big-name 
band and hold a dance. The "Happy 
Stella Kowlaski Schottish Five" sign 
the contract and the fun begins. In 
between working out the plans for 
the dance and blowing up a chemis- 
try experiment, Dobie discovers his 
true love. 

The play was performed twice and 
was well-received both times. Not 
only the cast, but the stage, make- 
up, prop, and publicity crews gave 
much time and effort to the 
production. 



Leigh Wildman is transformed from a 
Shortrldge senior to a glamorous movie 
star. 



Brenda Vance and Phyllis Caudle take time out for a chuckle during play tryouts. 





Peter "Dobie" Busch rests upon his tricycle to be made up. 




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This year the Music Department 
presented the Broadway musical, 
"Wildcat," as the PTA's chief money- 
making project. 

The musical concerns a tomboy 
named Wildcat Jackson, who wants 
to earn money to help her crippled 
sister, Jane. Wildcat decides to go to 
Centavo City and drill an oil well. 
When she arrives, she hires an oil 
bum, Joe Dynamite, as her foreman. 
Joe has a reputation of never drilling 
a dry well. During the show, "Wildy" 
tries to gain Joe's affection by be- 
coming a lady, but it seems that he 
liked her better when she was her 
normal self. 

After the resolution of several 
crises and catastrophes, the oil came 
in and everyone was happy. 

The all-school musical program 
was launched two years ago to re- 
place the Family Frolic. Thus far, it 
has met with great success. 



"Hank," Rick Adams, asks "Jane," Patsy Read, to dance with him at the upcoming fiesta, 
and then he discovers she is crippled. 



Wildcat Jackson discovers oil and love 




"Joe Dynamite," Randy Strand, inspects his make-up for a dress 
rehearsal. 




"Wildcat Jackson," Kris Teter, and "Joe Dynamite" discover that 
they really do love each other. 



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"Wildcat" tells "Joe" to "Give A Little 
Whistle" and she'll be there. 



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"Wildcat" and "Countess Emily O'Brien," Anita DeFrantz, take a 
little nip of turnip seed juice. 




Kris Teter sings "I Likes To Do What 
Takes My Fancy." 





"Joe" and "Wildcat" do a dance routine to the tune of "Give A Little Whistle." 



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Fallen in a heap, the rag dolls of "Intel- 
ligentsia a la Ibid" included FRONT ROW: 
Joan Means, Myla Jelliffe, Harliclia Kara- 
siotou, Cheryl Thompson. ROW 2: Anna 
Mullen, Wendy Bush, Lorna Douglas, Lin- 
da Ragland. 



"A Fine Madness," called 
Vaudeville, attacks juniors 





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The flowers of "Don't Just Stand There!" just stood there. They included: Margie Hurrle, 
Liz Barrow, Debbie Jackson, Peggie Sharpe and Patty Hurrle. 



One of the fine intermission acts included 
"The Uniques". 



"A Fine Madness" sparked the 
Caleb Mills stage as Junior Vaude- 
ville Chairman, Liz Ulen, and troupe 
of five acts, plus six intermission 
acts, dazzled crowds on February 20 
and 21. 

"The Generation What?" kicked 
off the show, as act chairman Diane 
Frazier, Karen McClain, Kris Teter 
and cast pursued the matter of the 
generation gap from Stone Age to 
modern times. 

A spoof on old vaudeville rou- 
tines set the stage for Act II, as Mel 
Caraway, Mike Myers and Bill Sim- 
mons presented "Once Upon A 
Time, A Long Time Ago". 

"Intelligentsia a la Ibid," created 
by John Rowings, Ann Russell, and 
Tom Streeter, portrayed a conflict 
between violent revolution and peace- 
ful reform in a mythical world of 
dolls. 

Trouble lurked in the enchanted 
town of Exiax as "Bye, Bye, Exiax" 
was presented by co-chairman Lisa 
Brady and John Usher. 

Joyce Ellison, Carol Henderson 
and Karen O'Brien combined talents, 
as Vaudeville 1970 was topped off 
by "Don't Just Stand There!", a story 
involving a department store em- 
ployee in love with a mannequin. 



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Junior Vaudeville Chairman, Liz Ulen is 



Pat Byland is pulled apart by Cheryl Puc- 
kett and Debby Maley in "Bye, Bye, Ex- 
lax." 








"The Generation . . . What?" cave people show their good taste. They are Rose Harger, 
Virgil Gavia, Elsie Sacks, Sandra Bentley, Sylvia Eisman, John Halliburton, Andy Cosen- 
tino, Peggy Harger, Denise Brooks, Kathy Schricker. 





Cub Scout Michael Gant interrupts the 
conversation of Barbara Malone and Ter- 
rence Crawford in "Once Upon A Time, 
A Long Time Ago." 



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Defending a sports 
tradition . . . 
a task sometimes 
accomplished, 
sometimes not. But, 
always the Shortridge 
banner is carried 
with pride. 

Sports 



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LETTERMEN — SEATED: Desmond Smith 
(sgt. at arms), Virgil Gavia (sec), Jim 
Lewis (vice-pres.), Morris Wooldridge 
(treas.), Daniel Wilcox (pres.), Bill Har- 
ris (ass't sec). George Vaughn (fin. adv.). 
ROW 2: John Kirmil, Pat Roberts, Edward 
Matthews, Walter Peacock, Herman Ward, 
Don Edwards, Gerry Murry, Niven Dry- 
rough. ROW 3: Bob Jones, Greg Strand, 
Randy Strand, Dave Nemecek, Glenn 
Lacey, Tom Nolan, Dan Moore, John 
Batuello, Leon Graves. ROW 4: Ernest 
Lambert, Clarence Frazier, Danny Holland, 
Ken Douglas, Robert Hooten, Ken Glenn, 
Mike Wieghard, Coach William Perry. 




Head Majorette — Liz Dahl. 



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We've got spirit!" 




Promoting school functions and 
better personal relationships were 
major parts of the schedule for the 
Lettermen's Club during the 1969-70 
school year. 

Highlights of the program in- 
cluded informal dances for Short- 
ridge students, a basketball game be- 
tv\/een senior football players and 
faculty members, and serving as 
ushers at home basketball games. 

The only requirement for becom- 
ing a member of the Lettermen's 
Club was to have earned a letter in 



one or more of the sports here at 
Shortridge, according to the new 
sponsor, Coach William Perry. 

Four spirited girls were chosen to 
lead the SHS marching band this 
year. Basic baton twirling, knowl- 
edge and ability were a must. A girl 
should be at least a sophomore and 
must pledge to remain with the group 
one year or longer in order to qualify 
as a majorette. Routines were con- 
cocted by the girls themselves, who 
participated in the majority of band 
activities. 



Majorettes — Donna Johnson, Marilyn Elston, Jane Warders 



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Gridiron season sparks SHS enthusiasm 



Fighting a string of bad breaks and 
bad luck, tine 1969 gridders did their 
best and broke even, 5-5, in wins and 
losses. Rookie coach Jerry Chance 
directed the team to an eighth place 
finish in the Dickinson Ratings. 

Realizing the dangerous running 
game that former coach Don Benbow 
left behind, coach Chance tossed in 
a tricky l-formation to baffle the op- 
position. 

Most of the losing games were 
close and with a little luck, things 
would've been different. All-city hon- 
orable mention halfback Morris Wool- 
ridge led the team in scoring with 
fifty points, ninth in the city. 

The loss, after the first game, of 
team captain Desmond Smith weak- 
ened both the offensive and de- 
fensive units, but the Satans re- 
covered behind the spirit of all-city 
guard Bill Harris and linebacker Vir- 
gil Gavia, co-captains with Smith. 
Jim Lewis, Clarence Curry and Randy 
Strand were vital elements in the of- 
fensive game. All were chosen all- 
city honorable mentions in the back- 
field. 




Randy Strand sneaks by driving opponents for a long run. 



VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM— FRONT ROW (left to right): Kevin 
Powers (manager), Ernest Lambert, Virgil Gavia, Carl Barnett, 
Cornelius Chandler, Walt Peacock, Dave Shanklin, Don Edwards, 
Chris Andrews, George Vaughn, Tom Freebairn, Jim Lewis. ROW 2: 
Jerry Murray, Clarence Frazier, Tom Nolan, Rob Hooten, Dave 



Nemecek, Ken Glenn, Bill Harris, Pat Roberts, Dan Holland, Mor- 
ris Woolridge, Desmond Smith. ROW 3: Wayne Grady (manager). 
Herb Hurt, John Kirmil, Ron Wilkins, Mike Curry, Dan Wilcox, 
Randy Strand, Ken Douglass, Greg Strand, Clarence Curry, Ar- 
thur Cobb, Leon Graves, Gary Ogden (manager). 




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RESERVE FOOTBALL TEAM— FRONT ROW: Gene Smith, Dave 
Shanklin, Cornelius Chandler, Dave Skole, Carl Barnett, Cleve 
Bottoms. ROW 2: Greg Jones, Dennis Taylor, Mark McDonald, 



George Jones, Ron Wilkin, Ezell Marrs, Charles Hayes. ROW S.- 
Enoch Vinnegar, Ken Glenn, Walter Peacock, Tom Freebairn, Clar- 
ence Frazier, Jerry Murray. 



Reserves prepare for future varsity spots 



1969 VARSITY 


FOOTBALL 


SCORES 


Opponent 


0pp. 


SHS 


Marshall 


6 


8 


Northwest 


8 


14 


Brebeuf 


22 


14 


Ben Davis 


15 


28 


Ritter 


26 


6 


Attucks 


20 


38 


Cathedral 


18 


8 


Wood 


13 


20 


Broad Ripple 


24 


18 


Tech 


13 


12 



Jim Lewis finds the field open and heads 
for pay dirt. 



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Coaches help 
winning ways 



A fine future for Shortridge foot- 
ball fans seems In store as both the 
reserve and freshman teams had suc- 
cessful seasons. 

Coach Richard Boarman led the 
junior varsity to a record of six wins, 
two losses, and a tie. The first loss 
wasn't until the middle of the season, 
when Cathedral took care of the busi- 
ness. Often the squad proved to be 
explosive on offense, while the de- 
fense was more than adequate. 

The freshmen, under spirited 
coach Charles E. Thomas, fought 
their way to a 7-2 record and were 
runners-up in the city contest. One 
of their strong points was a high- 
scoring offensive unit. Each week, 
coach Thomas prepared the team 
mentally for the game by instilling a 
winning spirit. 




Randy Strand falls back to hunt for a pass receiver. 



FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM — FRONT ROW: David Moore, Timo- 
tiiy Clark, Frank Williams, Miles Lloyd, Charles Barringer, James 
Murphy, Winston Black, Curtis Rumer, Bradford Grissom, Eric Mul- 
len. ROW 2: Ira Hogan, mgr., Sherman Williams, John Crawford, 
Keith Lyerson, Tarence Bridgewater, Darryl Stout, Chester Dorsey, 



Dewayn Hopkins, Carter Kendrick, Nathan Williams. ROW S.- 
James Kamliter, Jerome Richerson, Timothy Lewis, mgr., Steve 
Myers, David Moss, Alfonso Cobb, David Morokoff, Coach Charles 
E. Thomas, Orelius Barnett, Titus Rush, Chris Solterman, Mike 
Phillips. 









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standing in formation, the Shortridge band plays the Alma Mater. 



Shortridge's 1969 Homecoming 
was homecoming in the truest sense 
of the word. It marked the first 
Homecoming celebration since 1967, 
and saw the Blue Devil squad play- 
ing on the turf, at Russel Julius Field, 
after a year of repairs. 

Principal R. Lloyd Green and the 
Marching Blue Devils led a parade 
on a mile and a half route. Halftime 
festivities began with the naming of 
Homecoming Queen, Joycelyn Ken- 
nedy, and her court. Prizes were 
awarded to class floats. The Class of 
1970 copped "The Most Beautiful" 
prize, with their creation of a huge 
football. The sophomore and junior 
classes tied for "The Most Creative" 
float. The freshmen came away with 
the dubious honor of having "The 
Ugliest" float. The activities were 
highlighted by a last-minute victory 
over Wood, 20-13. The long, spirit- 
filled day ended with a Homecoming 
Dance in the cafeteria. 



Homecoming brings miracle Satan victory 



Joycelyn Kennedy, Homecoming Queen, 
poses with ROTC honor guard. 





Celebrating their final Homecoming, the seniors display their prize-winning float. 



Under the careful guidance of 
Coach James Hill, the 1969 Short- 
ridge Cross-Country team had a fine 
season. Although their record for 
dual meets was only 3-4, they placed 
well in each of the tournaments and 
invitations in which they competed. 
The climax of a hard season came 
when the harriers ran to a very re- 
spectable 6th place, ahead of seven 
other teams, in the City Meet. 

Another high point of the year 
came in the Sectionals when the 
Satans came up with a 9th place and 
missed a Regional berth by only a 
few points. 

The Most Valuable Runner on this 
year's squad was Niven Drybrough. 
The co-captain's best time for the 
year was a 10:09 over the two-mile 
course. Right behind Drybrough was 
the other senior co-captain, Dan 
Moore. Running number-two, Moore 
often met tough competition, for his 
spot, from the other members of the 
squad. 




FRESHMAN CROSS COUNTRY — KNEELING: Bill Fine, Kenneth Scott, Tom Hart, Mike Mc- 
Andrews. STANDING: Herman Ward, Dwayne Hopkins, Dwight Hopkins, Coach Jim Hill. 



1969 CROSS-COUNTRY SCORES 



OPPONENT 


0pp. SHS 


Brebeuf 


34 21 


Zionsville-Westfield 


2nd place 


Marshall 


25 33 


Northwest 


36 20 


Broad Ripple 


37 21 


North Central, 


3rd place 


Lawrence Central, 




Washington 




Manual 


26 29 


Wood 


38 20 


Broad Ripple Invitationa 


4th place 


Northwest Invitational 


8th place 


Shortridge Invitational 


10th place 


City Meet 


6th place 


Sectionals 


9th place 



Shortridge harriers ready to go 




Hill's harriers hurry on 




VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY — KNEELING: Greg Mitchell, Greg Smith, John Randolph, Mike 
Weighard. STANDING: Coach Jim Hill, Niven Drybough, Mark Hammer, Mike Taylor, Dan 
Moore, John Batuello, Herman Ward. 



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VARSITY BASKETBALL— FRONT ROW; William Offett, Carl Lile, Joe Johnson, Charles 
Cox, Charles Newsom, Kevin Kiliebrew (manager). ROW 2: Mr. George Theofanis 
(head coach), Ed Matthews, Dave Speckman, George Tandy, Charles Jordan, Randy 
Martin, Leon Graves, Mr. Carl Cox (assistant coach). 





RESERVE BASKETBALL — FRONT ROW: Brian Rucker, James Lambert, Don Anderson, Alan 
Patterson, George Shanklin, Jim Ellison, Juan Jones, Melvin Carraway (manager). ROW 2: 
Derrick Ransom, Tim McDowell, Bob Jones, Carl Cox (coach) James White, Bruce Jor- 
dan, Warren Boyd, Arthur Cobb. 



"Aliey-oop" goes George Tandy as he 
snags a rebound from threatening Brebeuf 
hands. 



Coach George Theofanis' fighting 
Blue Devils finished the 1969-70 
season with an 18-4 season record. 
The Satans, who were at one time 
rated number three in the state press 
ratings, were selected by many state 
sports writers to take the state 
tourney. 

Sparked by flashing George 
Tandy and Carl Lile, the Blue Devils 
downed such highly-regarded op- 
ponents as Attucks, Richmond, and 
Terre Haute Garfield. Shortridge was 
the first squad to end '69 State 
Champ Washington's thirty-two 
game winning streak. 

Finishing the season with an 
sixth-place berth in the final As- 
sociated Press poll, the Satans 
handily outscored their opponents. 
This was accomplished with only two 
returning lettermen. 

Aiding in the cause were sopho- 
more Charles Jordan and junior Dave 
Speckman. Senior Bill Offett drove 
the opposition crazy with his fine 
ball handling. 




FRESHMAN BASKETBALL — FRONT ROW: Wayne Burris, Johnny Manson, Edward Davis, 
William Lash, Eugene Marshall. Row 2; Orelius Barnett, Titus Rush, Al Cobb, Chester 
Dorsey, Ronald Jones, William Perry (coach). 



Devils travel fiery trail to winning season 



1970 VARSITY BASKETBALL 





SCORES 






Opponent 




0pp. 


SHS 


Anderson 




64 


59 


Washington 




67 


87 


Ben Davis 




59 


80 


Richmond 




59 


61 


Wood 




75 


92 


Chatard 




45 


77 


Brebeuf 




47 


79 


Kokomo Haworth* 


76 


67 


Terre Haute Garfield* 


64 


96 


Cathedral 




67 


73 


Scecina 




63 


85 


Arlington 




77 


94 


Tech 




57 


65 


Attucks 




54 


67 


Manual 




63 


76 


Broad Ripple 




50 


83 


Lafayette 




73 


70 


Connersville 




78 


59 


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rney 







The ever-illusive ball is drawn by the mag- 
netic fingertips of the Satan's top scorer, 
and school scoring champ George Tandy. 




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Devils pull Tigers' tall to win city crown 







For the second time since coach- 
ing the Blue Devil varsity, George 
Theofanis produced CITY CHAMPS. 

The Satans started their road to 
success by taking Chatard in the 
opener 98 to 57, thus receiving the 
right to play Arlington in the district 
finals. After lacing the Knights 84 to 
63, the Blue Devils met the Irish of 
Cathedral at Hinkle Fieldhouse in the 
finals. They promptly proved that it 
v\/asn't even going to be close. At the 
final buzzer the scoreboard showed a 
99 to 72 victory for Theo's young 
men, and advanced them to the 
championship tilt with Attucks. 
In the evening championship game, 
the Satans took "the stuffing out of 
the Tigers" with the starting tipoff 
and never quit until the final buzzer 
sounded. When all was finally quiet, 
the scoreboard showed Shortridge to 
be the new CITY CHAMPS by the 
score of 77 to 61. 



Charles Cox addles Attucks in the title game. 




Dave Speckman wonders where his opponent went, but he doesn't 
really care since he's got the ball. 



"Look out, coming down!" Charles Jordan warns 
George Tandy. 



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find Titan-ic upset on tourney trail 



The Shortridge Satans, who for a 
portion of the year, were ranked 
among the state's top three teams, 
opened the State Tourney with a 68- 
53 rout over Broad Ripple, though it 
wasn't their best game of the year. 

Entering the semi-finals of the 
Hinkle Sectional as the favorite, as 
well as a pick to win the State, the 
Satans found themselves waltzing 
away with the Tech Titans. The Blue 
Devils held a 45-29 lead at halftime, 
after owning a 20 point lead earlier. 
During the first half, it appeared as 
if the Satans would run away with 
the game. In the last 16 minutes 
however. Fate stepped in. 

The entire front line of George 
Tandy, Dave Speckman, and Charles 
Jordan ran into foul difficulty, with 
Tandy and Jordan fouling out after 
playing a strong game. Tandy had 12 
points and 15 rebounds, while Jor- 
dan, the 6'7" sophomore, had 22 
points and 15 rebounds, when he left 
early in the fourth period. 

Tech took advantage of these cir- 
cumstances to surprise everyone with 
one of the biggest upsets in recent 
years, winning 75-69. Thus ended 
the dreams of one of the finest 
Shortridge teams. 

Jordan, who started with an ankle 
injury, took All-Sectional honors at 
center, while Tandy was picked for 
the second team. 




The referees confer with team captains before the tip-off. 



"Sure wish I could fly like that." 



Anguish is evident in the faces of fans 
as the Satans go down in defeat. 





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Desmond Smith captures state mat crown 






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VARSITY WRESTLING — FRONT ROW; Frank Jacobs, Mark Hammer, Derek Bland, Mike 
Wieghard, Carl Barnett. ROW 2: Herbert Stratton, Keith Rand, James Payton, Cornelius 
Chandler, Glenn Lacey, Nick Buschmann. Row 3: John Randolph, Dannie Holland, 
Clarence Curry, Richard Boarman (coach), George Witt, Clarence Frazier, Terry Bridge- 
water. 



Satan wrestlers distinguished 
themselves in competition during the 
1969-70 season. The grapplers were 
sparked by record holder Desmond 
Smith who took the State Title in the 
165 pound class. Following in Des- 
mond's footsteps, the Blue Devil 
wrestling team finished ninth in the 
State Championship Tourney at 
Southport. 

Defeating Chris Strumbaum of 
State Champs Bloomington by a 5-1 
decision, Smith tallied a year's rec- 
ord of twenty-eight wins and no 
losses. This gave him a total three- 
year record of sixty-eight wins and 
four losses. Desmond has won the 
City Championship three times con- 
secutively in his weight class. 

The Shortridge grapplers finished 
fifth in both the Sectional and Re- 
gional meets. Splitting the season 
fifty-fifty, the Satans defeated such 
opponents as Attucks, Brebeuf, 
Howe, Tech, and Wood. 

Other outstanding wrestlers of the 
season proved to be seniors Glenn 
Lacey, Keith Rand, Dannie Holland, 
and Clarence Curry. Curry won a title 
in his 185 pound class in the 
Sectionals. 





1969-1970 


VARSITY 




WRESTLING 


SCORES 




Opponent 


0pp. 


SHS 


Arlington 


27 


19 


Attucks 


14 


34 


Washington 


41 


9 


Wood 


22 


28 


Scecina 


34 


7 


Tech 


21 


22 


Howe 


20 


22 


Cathedral 


41 


10 


North Central 


35 


9 


Brebeuf 


17 


33 


Warren Central Invitational 


4th 


Tipton Tourney 




3rd 


City Tourney 




8th 


Sectional 




bth 


Regional 




5th 


State 




9th 



Desmond Smith — State Champ 



'Git up from thar!" 



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Keith Rand gives his opponent a "good 
luck" handshake before the battle begins. 



A day of wrestling with Shortridge and North Central 





. . . and in a matter of seconds another Shortridge victory. 
Hail Blue Devils! 



Muscles tense, Shortridge matman Glenn Lacy, stops a drive 
from his North Central rival. 



Says a North Central Panther to his Shortridge foe, "Do you 
hear what I hear?" 




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Track team makes showing in city meet 




The 1969 track season could have 
been a better one for rookie coach 
Jim Hill. 

As it turned out, the young coach 
couldn't complain. His determined, 
ever-improving team of young and 
dedicated men won their initial meet 
against Broad Ripple in April, and 
then copped their next dual meet 
and a pair of three way meets. 

The talented and versatile Satans 
were well-represented in the city 
meet, qualifying in all but three 
events. In addition, both relay teams 
went to the City Finals, where the 
team finished an impressive fifth. A 
pole-bending Bob Turner set a new 
school record in the pole vault of 
12-2 which was one of the high- 
lights of the meet. 

The Blue Devils had trouble in the 
sectional and qualified only one man 
for the regional. Long jumper Don 
Birdsong was the lone Satan in the 
regionals and was voted the most 
valuable senior track man. 

A rosy future is in store for Short- 
ridge. The reserve and frosh fin- 
ished second in the Underclass Re- 
lays, two points behind Tech. 



John Polk (background) to George Vaughn: "Go, baby, go!" 



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1969 VARSITY TRACK SCORES 



OPPONENT 

Attucks 

North Central 

Tech 

Southport/Warren 

Broad Ripple 

North Central Relays 

Marshall/Brebeuf 

Decatur Central 

Varsity City 

Cathedral/Wood 

Underclass Relays 

Reserve Track 



OPP. SHS 

83 34 

3rd 

85 33 

2nd 

67 

7th 

1st 

62 

5th 

1st 

2nd 

won 2 loss 2 



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Clarence Curry, high jumper: "Nope, I can't sleep here!" 



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VARSITY TRACK TEAM: KNEELING: Desmond Smith, Wayne Cur- 
ley, Coach James Hill, Morris Woolridge, Jim Lewis. STANDING- 
Virgil Gavia, Niven Drybrough, Joe Johnson, George Vaughn, Mark 



Bledsoe, John Polk, Mike Taylor, Dan Wilcox, Clarence Curry, Bob 
Jones, Don Birdsong, Jim Wolpert, Bob Turner, Larry Dodson, 
Clarence Frazier, Brian Rucker, Keith Rand. 




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RESERVE TRACK TEAM: Dale Dupree, Levert Sharpe, Dave Skole, 
Greg Mitchell, Walter Peacock, Dennis Taylor, Herb Hurt, Mike 



Young, John Randolph, Mike French, Mike Welghard, Coach James 
Hill, Bruce Rucker. 



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'69 Swatters 
enter semi- 
final match 



The 1969 Shortridge baseball 
team had a rough season ahead and 
knew it. With only a few returning 
lettermen, inexperience prevailed, 
and the Blue Devils took their lumps. 

Working toward the state tourna- 
ment, the keyed-up Satans pulled off 
a smashing 5-1 upset over highly 
rated Arlington in their^initial sec- 
tional test. Entering the semi-final 
round, Tom Harding's nine were de- 
feated by the eventual winner. North 
Central. 

The Devils were led by their All- 
City centerfielder, first sacker, and 
pitcher, Carl Lile. Lile was named the 
most outstanding player of the squad 
for the second consecutive year. 
Although only a junior, he led the 
city with a .476 batting average. 

Coach Harding and his assistant, 
George Theofanis have bright hopes 
for the future with six of the starting 
nine returning. 



Chuck Johnson: "Wonder if the ball'll 
curve?" 



Carl Lile said, sliding under Attucks' For- 
rest Clemmons: "Gotta wash this uni- 
form." 




VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM: Coach Tom Harding, Dave Toumey, 
(Mgr), Jim Andrews, Bruce Jordan, Robert Hooten, John Batuello, 



Larry Baker, Carl Lile, Gene Murray, Coach George Theofanis. 



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RESERVE BASEBALL TEAM: KNEELING: Anthony Spradley, Don Myers, Arthur Cobb, Jim Jellife, Brian Ventreca, Riley Wilson, 

Johnson, STANDING: Chris Andrews (Mgr), Garnell Love, Mike Ron Wilkins. 







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1969 VARSITY BASEBALL SCORES 

OPPONENT OPP. SHS 

Manual 10 

Chatard 12 2 

Ben Davis 7 5 

Anderson 5 2 

Ritter 13 4 

Broad Ripple 3 1 

Brebeuf 5 4 

Arlington 7 

Attucks 8 4 

Howe 11 2 

Latin School 2 

SECTIONAL 

Arlington 1 5 

North Central 15 5 



"The Swing of a Champion!" City Batting Champ Carl Lile bites into one against Attucks. 



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Kelso, Dietz capture city racket crowns 




1969 VARSITY TENNIS SCORES 



Greg Strand warms up prior to his next 
match. 



OPPONENT 


OPP. 


SHS 


Tech 




3 


4 


Attucks 




2 


5 


Wood 







7 


Arlington 




4 


3 


Northwest 




4 


3 


Park 


(forfeit) 





1 


Manual 




3 


4 


Broad Ripple 




6 


1 


Scecina 




4 


3 


Kennedy 


(forfeit) 





1 


Howe 




4 


3 


City Tourney 






5th 




By far, Shortridge's most 
successful team in the spring of 

1969 was Ron Freeland's clay couri- 
ers. The team combined the coach's 
experience and helpful hints with 
young talent and vitality to take a 
close fifth in the City Tourney and 
an overall 7-4 record. 

Led by singles city champ, Kevin 
Kelso, and the city doubles champs, 
Kelso and Todd Deitz, the Devils 
copped their first three matches in 
smashing and convincing style, with 
the best score coming against Wood 
in April. It was the team's lone shut- 
out of the campaign. 

When the City Tourney rolled 
around, several of the team mem- 
bers were upset in the first round 
of the rain-delayed match. Regard- 
less the dynamic duo of Kelso and 
Dietz, both sophomores, came 
through well enough to surprise not 
just their opponents, but Coach Free- 
land as well. 

The entire team, including new 
lettermen Deitz, Chuck Roach, and 
junior Randy Strand, returned for the 

1970 season. For the year 1969, 
the Devils racketeers did real fine! 




City champs, Dietz and Kelso, proudly 
display their trophies. 



VARSITY TENNIS TEAM: KNEELING: Todd Deitz, STANDING: Kevin Kelso, Shubrick Kothe. 



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Blue Devils 
show spirit 



The Satan golf team opened up 
with a bang by squeaking past Tech, 
but unfortunately the group could 
grab only two wins against Crispus 
Attucks and Harry Wood. 

After that the Devils ran into 
nothing but the City's best teams, 
and in a period of five days, dropped 
five tough matches to the squads 
that eventually placed high in the 
city and county meets. 

Cold weather and shortened prac- 
tice time didn't help the young but 
promising eighteen-holers. When the 
city tourney roiled around, this 
showed, when the Devils finished a 
lowly ninth. 

Coach Steiner, like the other 
spring coaches, was building for the 
future. He has high hopes that his 
golfers will come around with better 
games and an eventual winning sea- 
son, along with a championship — 
or two. 



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VARSITY GOLF TEAM: Rob McClure, Bruce McCrae, Greg Hinkle, Coach Jerry Steiner, 
Dave Speckman, Alan Patterson, Mike Goodwine. 



1969 VARSITY GOLF SCORES 



OPPONENT 


OPP. 


SHS 


Tech 


3 


4 


Attucks 


4 


6 


Wood 





12 


Chatard 


12 





Arlington 


12 





Brebeuf/North Central 




3rd 


Northwest 


12 





Park 


12 





Scecina 


12 








Dave Speckman: "I don't need a license 
to drive this way." 



Bill McAllister: "This is no time to get ner- 
vous." 



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VARSITY CHEERLEADERS— BOTTOM; Myra Hirsch, Gloria Goodrich, Sandra O'Banion, 
Debbie Saperstein, Maralena Roth, Jana Walker, Daphne Johnson. 



An early morning pep session gets the undivided attention of the cheerleaders. 






Varsity cheerleader Myra Hirsch gets a 
smile for doing a pre-game routine at 
the Shortridge-Anderson contest. 



Cheerleaders 



With spirit and vigor, the Varsity 
Seven cheered the football and bas- 
ketball teams to victory. 

After attending a cheerleading 
camp over the summer, the cheer- 
leaders demonstrated their skills to 
the student body at games. 

Led by co-captain Sandra O'Banion 
and Deborah Saperstein, the girls 
v/ithstood the cold football games 
and outdoor pep sessions, along with 
the excitement of basketball games. 

Backing up the Varsity cheerlead- 
ers were the Reserve and Freshman 
squads, which also boosted their 
teams to a victorious year. All of 
these groups were sponsored by Miss 
Caryl Gaines. 



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RESERVE CHEERLEADERS— FRONT RO^: 
Jacqueline Kennedy, Susie Buschmann, 
Cecilia Howell. SECOND ROW: Terrico 
Knight, Margie Hurrle, Marsha McDowell. 



promote spirit among fans 



FRESHMAN CH EERLEADERS— FRONT 
ROW: Patty Hurrle. SECOND ROW: Patty 
Fortler, Robin Wallace, Liz Barrow. THIRD 
ROW: Rosemary Harger, Colleen Bolden, 
Diane Roth. 




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People make 
Short ridge live. 
What Experience is 
there without 
them? 

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MR. R. LLOYD GREEN— Principal 




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MR. ARTHUR G. SHULL— Vice-Principal 



MR. JULIAN COLEMAN— Vice-Principal 



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MR. ROY ABERSON— Human Relations MISS ROSE ELLA KING— Dean of Women 

Counselor 




MR. JERRY STEINER— Dean of Men 



begins ''open-door" policy 



Several important changes took 
place this year in the make-up of the 
Shortridge faculty. 

The most noticeable was the pro- 
motion of Mr. R. Lloyd Green, as- 
sistant principal in charge of curricu- 
lum, to the post of principal. This 
occurred during the summer of 1969 
when former principal Mr. Robert J. 
Shultz was elevated to the station of 
Director of In-Service Training for 
the Indianapolis Public Schools. 

In September, Mr. Green inau- 
gurated an "open-door" policy. In 
order to keep in touch with the ideas 
and problems of the student body, he 
announced that any student who 
wished, could drop by his office and 
speak with him on Tuesdays during 
the third period. 

A major new post was created 
early in the fall, that of Shortridge 
Human Relations Counselor. Mr. Roy 
Aberson was the man chosen to fill 
it. Mr. Aberson listens to and medi- 
ates any problems which might arise 
between members of the school 
community. 




MR. LESTER GROTH — Guidance Director 



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HOOVER BAKER— B.S., M.S.; Biology; Natural- 
ist and Chess Club Sponsor. 

MRS. MIRIAM W. BATES — A.B.; English. 

MRS. MARTHA BEASLY— A.B.; Language. 

LEONARD BEHLING— B.S., M.S.; Band Direc- 
tor; Pit Orchestra Director. 



MRS. JOSEPHINE D. BLISS— A.B., A.M.; Lan- 
guage; Guidance; Senior Honor Roll and Na- 
tional Honor Society Sponsor. 

THOMAS L. BRESNAHAN— Ph.B., B.A., M.S.; 
Mathematics. 

MRS. GLADYS BREWER— A.B.; English. 

MISS JANE BRIGHAM— B.S., M.S.; Head Librar- 
ian. 



LARRY L. BURDICK— B.S., M.S.; History: Honor 
Program Sponsor. 

MRS. ROSEMARY CARPENTER— B.S., M.S.; En- 
glish; Campus Book, Tri-Hi-Y, Y-Teens Spon- 
sor. 

RICHARD COHEN— M.A., B.A.; English; Spanish 
Club, Senior Great Books, Debate Club Spon- 
sor. 

HOWARD CONLEY— B.A.; Social Studies; Ju- 
nior High Football and Junior High Track. 



BURNEL E. COULON— B.S., M.S.; Graphic Arts 

Head. 
CARL COX— B.S., M.S.; Industrial Arts. 
MRS. CATHERINE DEROSSETTE — B.A.; Home 

Economics. 
PAUL E. DILL— A.B., M.S.; Physical Education. 



MRS. DORIS M. ELKINS— B.A., M.A.; English; 
Guidance; AFS Co-ordinator. 

MRS. BONNIE ANN FARLEY— B.S.; Biology. 

RONALD FREELAND — B.S., M.S.; Mathematics; 
Tennis Coach. 

ERNEST FRIGO— B.S., M.S.; Mathematics; Se- 
nior Class Sponsor. 



M.S.; Phy- 
Physical 



MISS CARYL GAINES— B.P.E., B.S., 

sical Education; Cheerleaders. 
MRS. MARTHA GELB— B.S., M.S.; 

Sci6nc6. 
WILLIAM E. GIBSON— B.S., M.S.; Mathematics 

Head. 
MISS JEAN GRUBB— B.A., M.A.; Director of 

Publications; Quill and Scroll Sponsor. 



MISS MARY-GLENN HAMILTON— M. A.; English; 

Fiction Club Sponsor. 
THOMAS W. HARDING— B.S., M.S.; Physical 

Education; Guidance. 
WALTER HAVERKAMP— B.S., M.S.; Chemistry. 
JAMES L. HILL — B.S., M.S.; Physical Education; 

Cross-Country Track Coach. 



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MRS. ESTHER HILLMAN— A.B., B.S., B.A.E.; 
English; Cadet Teachers. 

PHILIP H. HIRSCH— B.S., M.A.; English; Social 
Studies; Thespians, Footlights, Vaudeville 
Faculty Committee, Senior Play, All-School 
Play, Christmas Play, Fall Musical Sponsor. 

MRS. LUCILLE HOLADAY— A.B., M.A., English. 

ROBERT H. HOUSTON— B.S., M.S.; English; 
ANNUAL Advisor; Photography Club Sponsor. 



MRS. JEAN M. JACKSON— B.A., M.A.; Social 
Studies. 

MISS MARY ANN JONES— B.S.; Junior High 
Language Arts. 

JAMES KANTARZE— B.M., M.M.; Music; Madri- 
gals; Choral Club. 



MRS. GENEVIEVE B. KEEHN— B.S.; Business 
Education. 

MRS. CONSTANCE B. KIRBY— B.A., M.A.; En- 
glish; Foreign Language; Quiz Teams Sponsor. 

MRS. NANCY LEE LUCAS— B.M.; Music. 




Teachers encourage academic students 




Mr. Gibson takes a break. 



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MRS. ERNESTINE McCREE— B.S.; Art. 

JOHN MEDJESKI— B.M., M.M.; Music; String 

Ensemble. 
MRS. MARGARET MILLER— B.S.H.E.; Home 

Economics Head. 
JOHN MORGAN — B.S., M.S.; Science, Guidance. 



Shortridge faculty provides understanding 




WILLIAM R. MORGAN— B.S., M.S.; Social 
Studies. 

MRS. MARIAN MOSES— B.S., M.S.; Math. 

MRS. SANDRA MUMPHREY — Physical Educa- 
tion. 

MRS. MARTHALOU NEWLAND— Library. 



MRS. DOROTHY OTTO— A.B., M.A.; Social 
Studies, Guidance; Indiana College Adviser, 
Scholarship Trust Fund Committee Sponsor. 

MRS. RUTH PALLER — B.S., M.S.; English; Ju- 
nior-Senior Great Books. 

THOMAS A. PAYNE— B.A., M.A.; Social Studies 
Head; Student Council. 

THOMAS PREBLE — B.S., M.A.; Music Head; 
Choral Groups, Musical Productions, Big 
Brother-Big Sister Program. 



ANDREW W. RAMSEY — A.B., M.A.; Language. 

MRS. EMMA J. RANDALL— A.B., A.M.; Lan- 
guage, Social Studies; Latin. 

FORD RATCLIFF, JR. — B.S., M.S.; Industrial 
Arts. 

MRS. MARGARET J. REED — B.S.; Junior High 
Physical Education. 



MISS LOUISE REITER — A.B., M.A.; Language 

Head; German. 
MRS. LOIS M. REPASS — B.A., M.A.; Language. 
MISS R. RUTH RICHARDS — A.B., M.A., Ph.D.; 

Science. 
P. H. RONEY — ^Junior High Assistant Principal. 



MRS. RACHEL SCHUMACHER— A.B.; English. 

MRS. KAY SHEPHERD— Attendance Clerk. 

MRS. MARY SHUTTLEWORTH— B.S.; Home 
Economics. 

MRS. MARY SIEGEL — B.S., M.S.; Business Ed- 
ucation; Financial Adviser Junior and Senior 
Classes. 



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MRS. CANARY SMITH— B.A.; Junior High Di- 
vision; Language Arts; Les Jeunes Gens Spon- 
sor. 

MRS. GLADYS E. SMITH — Office Staff. 

ADALBERT SOERENSEN— Foreign Language. 

ARTHUR STUDEBAKER— B.S., M.S.; Science, In- 
dustrial Arts; Director of Productions. 




and foundation for the leaders of tomorrow 



RALPH TAYLOR — B.S.; Social Studies; Sopho- 
more "C" Team. 

GEORGE THEOFANIS — B.S., M.S.; Guidance, 
Physical Education; Varsity Basketball Coach, 
Asst. Varsity Baseball Coach. 

MRS. EVA TH I ESI NG— Office Staff. 

CHARLES J. THOMAS — B.S., M.S.; Industrial 
Arts Department Head; Chess Club Sponsor. 



MISS CYNTHIA THUMA— Junior High Division; 
Language Arts. 

JOE TOFIL — B.S., M.S.; Physical Education 
Head. 

MISS MARIE VAN HORN— B.S., M.S., M.A.; 
ScisncG 

DANTE VENTRESCA— B.A., M.S.; Science; Ju- 
nior Class Sponsor. 




Mike Myers sells Miss Wahl a Homecom- 
ing flower. 




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NURSE— Mrs. Lois A. Smith 



SOCIAL WORKER— Miss Rea Bauer 




MISS LUCILLE C. WAHL— A.B., M.S.; Mathema- 
tics; Hi-Pi, Math Club, Mu Alpha Theta. 

ROGER L. WATHEN— B.S.; Junior High Science, 
Health. 

MRS. RUTH A. WEBB— B.S., M.B.A.; Business 
Education Head; Future Business Leaders of 
America Sponsor. 

MRS. JEAN WHITCRAFT — A.B., M.S.; English 
Department Head. 



EARL C. WHITE— B.S.; Junior High Social Stud- 
ies; Junior High Student Council Sponsor. 

MRS. JANE WILLIAMS— B.A., M.A.; English; Fu- 
ture Teachers of America Sponsor. 

MISS PAULINE WILLIS— A.B., M.S.; Biology. 



GARY L. WOOD — B.S., M.A.; Business Edu- 
cation. 

MRS. CLARICE A. YOUNG— B.S., M.S.; English, 
Business Education. 



NOT PICTURED 



David Hammer 
Allen Shutherland 
Jerry Fultz 
William Perry 
Donald King 
Jerry Chance 
Jane Howell 
Ned Wright 



Charles E. Thomas 
Betty Jones 
Alfred Finnell 
Richard Borman 
Mary Hammack 
Norman Heitzman 
Sheldon Kantor 
Patricia Spurlock 



Elaine Keen 
Delois Keeton 
Louise Lang 
Mary Phillips 
Joseph Wynn 
Sherry Anderson 
Harriet Woessner 
William H. Merrill 



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IN MEMORIAM 

Arthur P. Oliver 

Shortridge Science Teacher 
1963-1969 



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The class of 1970 dedicated their 
ANNUAL to Mr. Dante Ventresca. Mr. 
Ventresca had been a firm supporter 
of many Shortridge activities. Be- 
sides being Junior Class sponsor, Mr. 
Ventresca also sponsored Junior 
Vaudeville, and Junior Policy. 

Mr. Ventresca was summoned to 
a Senior Class meeting under the 
deception of discussing a Junior- 
Senior Prom. Stepping up to the mi- 
crophone, he commented, "I don't 
know what to say." 

Known to his students as "Mr. V," 
the botany and chemistry teacher had 
been at Shortridge since 1962. His 
classes were lively and quite often 
students were entertained by a 
Winnie-the-Pooh adventure. 

Mr. Dante Ventresca's warm and 
bubbling personality had brought 
many happy hours to Shortridge stu- 
dents and faculty alike. 




Mr. Ventresca is surprised by his selection as ANNUAL dedicatee. 



Class of '70 dedicates annual to "Mr. V" 



Collecting homework was an event in Mr. Ventresca's classes. 




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Four foreign exchange students 
joined the Shortridge family for all, 
or part, of the school year 1969-70. 
Jose Silva, from the Philippines and 
Dagmar Stocker of Germany repre- 
sented the Youth For Understanding 
Program. 

American Field Service sponsored 
Hariclia Karasiotou from Greece. 

These three students lived with 
American families, breathed Ameri- 
can smog, ate American hamburgers 
and, especially, thrilled to the ex- 
citement of American, Hoosier, and 
Shortridge spectator sports. 

The fourth foreign guest was 
blond Soren Sorenson of Denmark. 
He was sponsored by a special pro- 
gram, in which he traveled to several 
different American cities. Conse- 
quently, he was unable to remain at 
SHS for the entire year. 




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Jose Silva, Dagmar Stocker, Hariclia Karasiotou, Soren Sorensen were Shortridge ex- 
change students. 



The Shortridge Experience adopts trio 




Dagmar Stocker tells Beth Thomas of 
her native Germany and shows her a map 
of the Fatherland. 




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Jose Silva prepares to take a picture to 
send to folks back home. 



Hariclia Karasiotou enjoys painting and 
being a member of the Greek Rebellion. 



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Dan and Phyllis become 
royalty "In a Mellow Mood" 





"In a Mellow Mood," set the at- 
mosphere for the Junior Prom of the 
Class of 1970. 

A white gazebo garlanded with 
pastel-colored paper flowers, adorn- 
ed the ballroom dance floor of the 
Indiana Roof. Music for the prom 
was provided by the Mastertones. 
Table and wall decorations included 
large and small flowers embedded 
around white styrofoam "70's." 

Queen candidates were Phyllis 
Caudle, Deborah Colbert, Deborah 
Gentry, Gloria Goodrich, Myla Jelliffe, 
Vickie Lewis, Gwendolyn Russell, 
Deborah Saperstein, and Iris White. 
King candidates were Benjamin Duke, 
John Halliburton, Joseph Johnson, 
Carl Lile, Randall Richardson, Dwight 
Spain, Herbert Taylor, George 
Vaughn, and Daniel Wolfred. In a 
ceremony officiated by Principal Ro- 
bert J. Shultz, Phyllis Caudle was 
crowned Queen, and Dan Wolfred was 
crowned King. 

The prom owed a great deal of its 
success to the hard-working commit- 
tees. Prom chairman were Iris White 
and Dan Wolfred. Committee chair- 
men included: Sylvia Eisman, Rick 
Borman — decorations; Andy Carroll, 
Craig Hoog — flowers; and Deborah 
Colbert, Gwendolyn Russell — pro- 
gram. 



Prom Queen Phyllis Caudle and Prom King Dan Wolfred. 



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SENIOR COUNCIL — FRONT ROW; Joe Hodgens, Bryan Graham, 
(ANNUAL), Gwen Russell (v.p.), Carl Lile (pres.), Sheila Shorts 
(sec'y). Joe Johnson (tres.), Cecilia Nolcox. ROW 2: Joe Ingra- 
ham, Debbie Gentry, Iris White, Gail Thomas, Debby Colbert, 
Karen Blake, Sandra Bentley, William White, Ted Grosbach. ROW 



3: Yvonne Rawls, Mr. Ernest Frigo (sponsor), Angle Veegh, Dianne 
Saperstein, Sandy O'Bannion, Rick Adams, Jay Strickland, Bart 
Brown. ROW 4: Bill Kennerly, Phyllis Caudle, Anita DeFrantz, 
Brenda Jackson, Daniel Wolfred, Richard Borman, John Polley, 
Bruce Hill. 



Senior Council leads seniors thru year 



Industrious seniors began their 
last year at Shortridge by electing of- 
ficers and a Senior Council. Senior 
officers were automatically members 
of the thirty-five member council. 

Aided by new Senior Sponsor, Mr. 
Ernest Frigo, the Council began mak- 
ing the mark for the class of 1970. 
Among their duties was the selection 
of graduation announcements, caps 
and gowns and a teacher worthy of 
Annual dedication. 

To raise funds and fellowship, 
the Senior Council sponsored a pitch- 
in dinner and held the annual Senior 
Christmas Party. 



Seniors line up during lunch to vote for council members. 




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Officers motivate seniors 
to achieve greater success 




Sen/or Class Officers: Carl Lile, president; Gwen Russell, vice-president; Joe Johnson, 
treasurer; Sheila Shorts, secretary; and Bryan Graham, ANNUAL editor. 




The momentous task of leading 
the Class of 1970 fell on the shoul- 
ders of Carl Lile, Gwen Russell, 
Sheila Shorts, Joe Johnson, and 
Bryan Graham. Each took on his 
duties with gusto and dedicated him- 
self to making the Class of 70 the 
best ever. 

Carl Lile accepted the Senior Class 
President's ring and began a year of 
activity which culminated in the Grad 
Dance. It was up to Carl to co- 
ordinate all activities and to appoint 
committees in charge of them. Gwen 
Russell, as vice-president, assisted 
Carl and took over in his absence. 
Sheila Shorts, secretary, wrote literal- 
ly reams of notes concerning the 
myriad projects taken by the class. 
Joe Johnson, treasurer, handled 
the money of the class. He was aided 
by the able financial adviser, Mrs 
Mary Siegel. Bryan Graham, AN 
NUAL editor, spent long hours cap 
turing the year for all to remember 
All the officers could count on Mr 
Ernest Frigo, class sponsor, to aid 
them in any way possible. 

A retrospective view of four years 
at Shortridge was the job of the Class 
Day Officers. The officers were 
elected by their fellow seniors at the 
end of February. They were Sandra 
Bentley, historian; Elaine Chambers, 
prophet; Mentha Marley, giftorian; 
and Charles Toombs, willmaker 
Through their witty, memory provok- 
ing presentations, the Class of '70 
left Shortridge with smiles, but also 
with tears. 



Class Day Officers: Elaine Chambers, 
prophet; Mentha Marley, giftorian; Sandra 
Bentley, historian; and Charles Toombs, 
willmaker. 



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College counselor, Mrs. Dorothy Otto, 
helps interested juniors and seniors fill 
out entrance forms. 




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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY — Seated; Barbara Demas, Sylvia 
Eisman, Margaret Myers, Lynn Hansen, Myra Hirsch, Gloria Good- 
rich, Peggy Harger, Paula Cosentino, Gwen Russell, Vera Mahone, 
Susan Thompson, Sara Jones, Sarah Kunz, Myla Jelliffe, Regennia 
Adams. Row 2; Woodrow Myers, Patsy Read, Barry Sanderson, 
Marianne Mitter, Barbara Bridwell, Esther Thornton, Anita De 
Frantz, Vickie Lewis, Ted Morris, Nancy Wright, Angle Veegh, Ted 



Grosbach, Andy Carroll, Craig Hoog, Bill Kennerly, Mrs. Josephine 
Bliss, sponsor. Row 3: Rick Adams, Dan Wolfred, Kathy Schricker, 
Kathy Demas, Debbie Gentry, John Weber, Rick Borman, Jay 
Strickland, Sidney Johnson, Alan Stall, Peter Busch, Anne Carley, 
Dianne Saperstein, Sue Michels, Gerald E. Johnson, William White, 
Joe Ingraham, Bartram Brown, Anna Mullen. 



Shortridge scholars join honor societies 



1. Deborah Elam 7.903 21. 

2. John Weber 7.876 22. 

3. Peter Busch 7.864 23. 

4. Barbara Demas 7.818 24. 

5. Kathryn Demas 7.763 25. 

6. Deborah Mosley 7.552 26. 

7. Esther Thornton 7.333 27. 

8. Anne Carley 7.323 28. 

9. Jennifer Gwinn 7.298 29. 

10. Lynn Hansen 7.267 30. 

11. Joseph Ingraham 7.263 31. 

12. Patricia Read 7.250 32. 

13. Barbara Bridwell 7.200 33. 

14. Sarah Hochstedler 7.185 33. 

15. Dianne Saperstein 7.150 34. 

16. Sara Jones 7.121 35. 

17. Vera Mahone 7.118 36. 

18. Margaret Myers 7.111 37. 

19. Ted Grosbach 7.075 38. 

20. Bartram Brown 7.037 39. 



Catherine Stimer 7.014 

Barbara Hammes 7.000 

Sarah Kunz 6.938 

Richard Borman 6.906 

Marianne Mitter 6.904 

Alan Stall 6.901 

Alexander Carroll 6.873 

Woodrow Myers 6.865 

Kathryn Schricker 6.839 

Anna Mullen 6.818 

Margaret Harger 6.805 

William Kennerly 6.794 

Anita DeFrantz 6.682 

Marilyn O'Bannon 6.682 

Gwendolyn Russell 6.675 

Leigh Wildman 6.657 

Gerald Johnson 6.649 

Madeline Brane 6.630 

Gloria Goodrich 6.611 

Regennia Adams 6.506 



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Kathy Jo Adams 

Regennia Shay Adams 

Richard 0. Adams 

Gail P. Allen 

Rudolph Alvies 



Tyrone Amos 

Ava Anderson 

Uldis Augenbergs 

Darryl E. Austin 

Larry James Baker 




Seniors look forward to a successful and 




John Batuello 
Craig Beard 
Dorinda Darlene Bell 
Sarah Joyce Bentley 
Henry Birdsong 



Karen Denice Blake 
Mark Bledsoe 
Willie Ann Blow 
Rovinna Marie Booth 
Richard Borman 



James Bradley 
Cynthia Brandon 
Madeline Brane 
Barbara Bridwell 
Andrew Brown 



Bart ram Brown 
Rosalind Elaine Brown 
Jon William Bruyn 
Robert Martin Bryan 
Stephan M. Bryan 



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Beverly A. Buckner 
Arnold T. Burks 
Vera Layne Burris 
Michael Busby 
Peter Jonathon Busch 




Hugh Talley Caldwell 
James R. Campbell 
Anne Carley 
Gwen Carpenter 
Alexander Spicer Carroll 



exciting finale as graduation approaches 



Helen Marie Carter 

Phyllis Tyreen Caudle 

Charles Steven Cazzell 

Elaine Elizabeth Chambers 

Phyllis Ann Chapman 



Karen Sue Clark 

Deborah Y. Colbert 

Cora Nell Cook 

Thomas V. Corcoran 

David Arthur Cork 



Paula Ann Cosentino 

Charles Edward Cox 

Joyce Lynn Crawford 

Terence Eugene Crawford 

Clarence Jewell Curry 



Marie Rekel Curtis 

Elizabeth Jane Dahl 

Anita L. DeFrantz 

Barbara Ellen Demas 

Kathryn Ann Demas 




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Helen Doris Demmings 
Shirley Ann Dotson 
Mary Jo Dowling 
Elaine Marie Drager 
Thomas Niven Drybrough 



Benjamin Wallace Duke 
Bernadette Marie Dutton 
Charles Richard Early 
Charles Anthony Edwards 
Don R. Edwards 



Sylvia Eisman 
William Elam 
Sharon Denise Elliott 
James Richard Espiritu 
Sarah Elizabeth Ford 



Hopeful seniors hunt for college openings; 



Kathy Fox 

Ronald Vincent Franklin 

Deborah Elaine Frazier 

Sylvia Lee Frazier 

Nona Caddie 



Virgil Lee Gavia 

Deborah Kay Gentry 

Stephanie Marie Gilbert 

Theresa Lucille Golden 

Gloria Lynn Goodrich 



G. Michael Goodwin 

Nancy Diane Gordy 

Dennis H. Grady 

Ronald A. Grady 

Bryan Graham 




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Leon William Graves 

Wanda Gwendolyn Greer 

Denise Lenora Grissom 

Ted D. Grosbach 

Mary Kathrine Gude 



Michael Lamont Gude 

Jennifer Ann Gwinn 

John Steven Haddox 

John T. Halliburton 

Frances Marie Hamilton 



Barbara Hammes 

David Glenn Handy 

Lynne Anne Hansen 

Bonnie Hardesty 

John Hardesty 




final verdict brings happiness, heartache 




Reginald Hardin 
Margaret Joan Harger 
William Rodrick Harris 
Pauletta Hart 
Michael Keith Hayden 



Jo Ann Henson 
Grace Louise Heshelman 
Bruce Conrad Hill 
Gary Lee Hill 
Joyce Marie Hill 



Myra Kay Hirsch 
Sarah Hochstedler 
Joseph Matthew Hodgens 
Dannie Holland 
Theresa Holt 



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Craig E. Hoog 
Robert Lee Hooten 
Deborah Kay Hopkins 
IViichael David Home 
Carol Ann Hoskins 



Shirley House 
Jean Marie Hubbard 
Donald Steven Hudson 
Florence Marie Hughes 
Lee Lester Huggins 



Seniors' short schedules make way for 



Debra Hughley 

Douglas Robert Hughes 

Loring Joe Ingraham 

Brenda J. Jackson 

Frank Jacobs 



Kemy Kay Jee 

Myla Jelliffe 

Fred Richard Johnson 

Gerald Ellis Johnson 

Joseph H. Johnson 



Sidney Dwayne Johnson 

Virginia A. Johnson 

Willie Mae Johnson 

Willie George Johnson 

Millene Patricia Jones 



Ruth Denise Jones 

Sara Elisabeth Jones 

Hariclia Karasiotou 

Gary Dean Kennedy 

Joycelyn Louise Kennedy 




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William Patrick Kennerly 
Bernt Alan King 

Gwen King 

Pete Komisars 
Sarah Hill Kunz 



Glenn Lacey 

James Michael Lacey 

Duncan Curran Laing 

Melvin Langford 

Stephen J. Lawson 




part-time jobs or "just takin' it real easy" 




James Lewis 
Victoria Brooks Lewis 
Carl Lile 

Helen Lucille Lingeman 
Vera Denise Mahone 



Bonita Marie Mann 
Gary DeGuan Mann 
Mentha Marley 
Andrea Lynn Martin 
Randall John Martin 



Kevin Mason 
Daphne Elaine Matthews 
Edward St. C. Matthews 
Anna McAfee 
William Lee McAllister 



Linda S. McChristian 
Joyce Elizabeth Mclntyre 
Ruby Diane McMillan 
Joan Ella Means 
Margaret Louise Medaris 



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Susan Ann Michels 

Duane Lewis Miller 

Martin Edward Miller 

Pamela Jean Miller 

Janet Mitchell 



Marianne Ruth Mitter 

Charles S. Monger 

Danny Darnell Moore 

Theodore Allan Morris 

Terry Allen Morton 



Debra Elaine Mosley 
Anna Marie Mullen 

largaret Marie Myers 

Woodrow A. Myers 

David Nemecek 




Senior Council chooses announcements; 




Denise Marie Newland 
Charles A. Newsom 
Cecilia Grace Nolcox 
Sandra L. O'Banion 
Judy Carol O'Bannon 



Marilyn Ann O'Bannon 

William Offett 

Lila Reese Osili 

Mark Christopher Ostling 

John T. O'Sullivan 



Roland Edward Paicely 
Richard James Panyard 
Jud J. Patterson 
Bernard Pennington 
Momir Pepic 



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Jack Perkins 
Jacqueline Marie Perkins 
Elander Louise Phelps 
John Wesley Polk 
John Evan Polley 



Martins Putelis 
Keith M. Rand 
Robert Wayne Ratcliffe 
Yvonne Lona Rav/ls 
Patricia Ellen Read 



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Donald Robert Reese 
Katherine Joan Reese 
Arietta Marie Rhodes 
Randall Richardson 
LaVon Riley 



caps and gowns for first academic class 



Morris William Ringel 

Randall Scott Rivelli 

Patrick J. Roberts 

Karen Rochelle Ross 

David John Roth 



Robert S. Rov^^e 

Gwendolyn C. Russell 

Barry Don Sanderson 

Deborah Lee Saperstein 

Dianne L. Saperstein 



Patricia Ann Saterfield 

Kathryn Ann Schricker 

Victoria Marie Scott 

Doyle Anthony Shanks 

Susan Shanteau 




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Chris Irwin Sinarp 
Shiela Anita Shorts 
Jose Silva 
Martha Jane Simon 
John Wesley Slayton 



Michael Slaughter 
James Sleeva 
Desmond L. Smith 
Gwendolyn Dionne Smith 
Herbert Lee Smith 



Joy Denise Smith 
Valerie Lee Smith 
Dwight 0. Spain 
Deborah Spearman 
Gus Spenos 



Vietnam moratorium day brings mixture. 



Anthony Spradley 

Alan McLean Stall 

John Donald Stevens 

Steffanie Jean Stewart 

Catherine Lucille Stimer 



Dagmar Stocker 

Randolph Edward Strand 

Tiffany Lee Straughn 

Jay Strickland 

Betty Jean Sullivan 



Steve Glen Summerlot 

George Tandy 

Charlene Kay Taylor 

Jane Temple 

Gail Lynne Thomas 




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Martha Elizabeth Thomas 

Normie Jo Thompson 

Suzanne Thompson 

Esther Alberta Thornton 

William Christopher Todd 



Charles Phillip Toombs 

Willie Charles Townsend 

Raymond E. Turner 

George Oliver Tyson 

Brenda L. Vance 



George Michael Vaughn 

Angela K. Veegh 

Dirk Vermeeren 

Debra Vinnegar 

Wanda Lynne Wake 




with black armbands and American flags 




Thomas Gregory Waldo 
Denise Walker 
Joan Lenora Walker 
Herman A. Ward 
John Weber 



Wallace Carrington 

Westfeldt 
Kathy Rene Wharton 
Ariel Linette White 
Iris Lynn White 
Robert Merrick White 



William Paul White 
Monroe George Whitney 
Daniel Wayne Wilcox 
Leigh Wildman 
David Wiles 



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Andrea Janice Williams 

Cassandra Ann Williams 

Elizabeth Williams 

Gaston John Williams 

Janice L. Williams 



Delores Ann Wilson 

William Henry Wilson 

Daniel Edward Wolfred 

Morris Woolridge 

Nancy Louise Wright 




Harold Young 

Robert Earl Young 

Erik Ziznovskis 

Lester Myron Randolph 

(August Grad) 



Seniors Not Pictured 



Brenda Lee Allen 
Delmar Allen 
Bernell Anderson 
Patricia Barlow 
Carl Barnett 
Clarence Robert Combs 
William Arthur Cox 
Victoria Ann Crawford 
Anthony Dennis Davis 
Jay Kenneth Douglas 
Deborah Adele Elam 
Michael Anthony Fields 
Janda Lee Fiscus 
Eric Franklin 
Valdis John Freibergs 
Martin Dennis Goens 
Wayne Grady 
OIlie Delores Grant 
Christopher Gravenstreeter 
Donald Edward Hodge 
Yvonne Jacks 
Marsha Ann Johnson 
Georganna Frances Jones 



Ernest Jeffrey Lambert 
Alvin Lucas 
Alvin Donell Macklin 
Kevin Walter Marsh 
Van Stuart Marshall 
Martha Ellen McAndrews 
John Jay Mills 
Gerald Wayne Moore 
Karen Dee Moore 
Nancy Lee Moore 
Curtis Parks 
John Wayne Pearson 
William Roger Pinner 
Prentis Jerome Porter 
Dorothy Ann Pryor 
Jo Carol Ray 
Albert Charles Roddy 
Carl Dean Scott 
Agnes Ruth Shelton 
Ronald Herbert Stubbs 
Deborah Ann Suggs 
Joel Herbert Taylor 
Willie Charles Townsend 



Jerry Lewis Tucker 
Flora Jean Walker 
Alpha Louise Webb 
Vashti Wickware 
Ira Williams 
Ellen Yvonne Wilson 
Sam Yowel Yau 
Thomas William York 

AUGUST '69 GRADUATES 
Ronald Alexander Bell 
Michael Dennis Bluiett 
Anthony Brown 
Yvonne Brown 
Farrell Downey 
Dorsey Willingham Dye 
Dena Alura Hampton 
Ralph Jonathon Martin 
Bernice Caroline Saunders 
Patra Ann Simpson 
Janice Kaye Spurlock 
William Edward Strong 
George Szeszycki 



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Senior Directory 



KATHY JO ADAMS— Jr. Vaudeville Act 
Chairman; Intramural Bowling; Campus 
Book, Folk Singing, Footlights, Great 
Books, Hi-Pi, Photography Latin Ameri- 
can, Student Council Clubs; Big Sister; 
School Musical, All-School Play, Christ- 
mas Play; ECHO Staff; Christmas ECHO 
Agent. 

REGENNIA SHAY ADAMS — Jr. Vaudeville; 
Choral Club; Folk Singing, Footlights, FTA 
(pres.), Hi-Pi (pres.). History, Internation- 
al Exchange, Math (sec). National Honor 
Society Clubs; Big Sister; Honor Student 
Program; NEDT certificate; Commence- 
ment Usher; ANNUAL Staff; ECHO Staff; 
Gym, Library Asst. 

RICHARD 0. ADAMS — Sr. Council; Sr. 
Play; Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville; Intramural 
Bowling; A Cappella; Madrigal; Music Men; 
Band; Human Relations, Key, National 
Honor Society, Naturalist, Political Dis- 
cussion, Student Council Clubs; Big 
Brother; Honor Student Program; School 
Musical; ECHO Staff; Bookstore, Atten- 
dance Desk Asst.; Christmas ECHO, Fine 
Arts Agents. 

GAIL P. ALLEN — Campus Book, Human 
Relations, Red Cross, Student Council, 
Tri-Hi-Y, Pom-pom Girl Clubs; Big Sister; 
Commencement Usher; Gym Asst.; Christ- 
mas ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents. 
RUDOLPH WILLIAM ALVIES—R a d i o , 
Spanish Clubs. 

ULDIS EDGAR AUGENBERGS— Jr. Vaude- 
ville; Music Men; Freshman Football; Ger- 
man, Key, Naturalist, Red Cross, Student 
Council Clubs; Big Brother; School Musi- 
cal; Biology Asst.; Fine Arts, Red Cross 
Agents. 



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LARRY JAMES BAKER— Jr. Policy; Fresh- 
man, Reserve, Varsity Baseball; Freshman 
Basketball; Human Relations, Student 
Council Clubs; Big Brother. 
JOHN B. BATUELLO— Jr. Policy; Jr. 
Vaudeville; Reserve, Varsity Baseball; Var- 
sity Cross Country; Hi-Pi (treas.). Key, 
Lettermen's, Math, Spanish Clubs; Big 
Brother; Honor Student Program, NEDT 
certificate; Biology certificate; ANNUAL 
Staff; ANNUAL, Fine Arts Agents; ROTC 
Officer. 

DORINDA DARLENE BELL— Jr. Vaude- 
ville; Big Sister; Commencement Usher. 
SANDRA J. BENTLEY—Sr. Council; Jr. 
Vaudeville; Band; Campus Book, Girl's 
League, Student Council Clubs; Big Sis- 
ter; Typing Awards; Attendance Desk 
Asst.; Homecoming Princess; Fine Arts, 
Red Cross Agents. 

KAREN DENICE BLAKE — Sr. Council; 
Campus Book, Footlights, Girl's League, 
Human Relations, Student Council, Y- 
Teens Clubs; Big Sister; Commencement 
Usher; Homecoming Queen Candidate; 
Homecoming Princess Candidate; Christ- 
mas ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; 
Booster. 

MARK BLEDSOE— Jr. Vaudeville; Intra- 
mural Bowling, Basketball, Wrestling; 
Freshman, Reserve, Varsity Football; 
Freshman, Reserve, Varsity Track; Cam- 
pus Book, Human Relations, Order of 
the Straightedge; Student Council Clubs; 
Big Brother; NEDT certificate; Gym, His- 



tory, Counselor Asst., Fine Arts, Red 
Cross Agents. 

WILLIE ANN BLOW — Jr. Vaudeville; Girl's 
League, Human Relations, Le Cerle Fran- 
cais. Student Council Clubs; Big Sister; 
Attendance Desk Asst., Fine Arts, Red 
Cross Agents. 

RICHARD B. BORMAN — Sr. Council; Jr. 
Prom Committee Chairman; Jr. Policy; Jr. 
Vaudeville; A Cappella (editor); Madrigal; 
Band; German, Great Books, Human Rela- 
tions (treas.). International Exchange, 
Key, National Honor Society, Quill and 
Scroll, Student Council (pres.) Clubs; Big 
Brother; Honor Student Program; Eugenia 
Hayden Service Award; School Musical; 
ECHO Staff; Book Store Asst., ANNUAL, 
Christmas ECHO Agents, ANNUAL Staff. 
ROVINNA MARIE BOOTH — Jr. Vaudeville; 
Human Relations, Red Cross, Student 
Council Tri-Hi-Y, Y-Teens, Pom-pom, 
Booster Clubs; Big Sister; Christmas 
ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents. 
CYNTHIA DENISE BRANDON — Jr. Vaude- 
ville; Intramural Bowling; Campus Book, 
FBLA, Human Relations, Spanish, Stu- 
dent Council, Y-Teens Club; Big Sister; 
Christmas ECHO, Fine Arts Agents. 
MADELINE ELIZABETH BRANE—Sr. Play; 
Jr. Vaudeville; A Cappella; Girl's League, 
Great Books, Naturalist Steering Commit- 
tee, Student Council, True Blue Clubs; Big 
Sister; Honor Student Program; ECHO 
Staff; Christmas ECHO, Fine Arts Agents; 
ROTC, 2nd Lieutenant. 
BARBARA LOUISE BRIDWELL — Jr. Vaude- 
ville; A Cappella; Footlights, FTA (pres.). 
Girl's League, History, Human Relations, 
International Exchange, National Honor 
Society, Naturalist, Political Discussion, 
Quill and Scroll, Y-Teens Clubs; Big Sis- 
ter; Honor Student Program; NEDT cer- 
tificate; Botany Award; ECHO Staff; Biol- 
ogy, Library Asst.; YFU Summer Ex- 
change Student to France; Exploratory 
Teaching. 

BART RAM STEWART BROWN — Sr. Coun- 
cil; Jr. Prom Committee Chairman; Jr. 
Policy; Intramural Bowling; Jr. Class 
Tres.; A Cappella; Music Men; Intramural 
Bowling; Freshman Golf; Chess, Folk Sing- 
ing, Great Books, Human Relations, In- 
ternational Exchange, Key (pres.), Le 
Cercle Francais, Library, National Honor 
Society, Student Council Clubs; Big 
Brother; Honor Student Program; NEDT 
certificate; Nat'l. Achievement Finalist; 
Nat'l. Merit Commended; I.U. Honors to 
France; Commencement Usher; ECHO 
Staff; Gym, Language, Chemistry Asst.; 
ANNUAL, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; 
Stage Crew. 

ROSALIND ELAINE BROWN — Jr. Vaude- 
ville; Big Sister; Commencement Usher; 
ANNUAL, Christmas ECHO, Fine Arts 
AsGnts 

ROBERT MARTIN BRYAN— Sr. Play; Jr. 
Vaudeville; Footlights, Human Relations, 
Thespians Clubs; Big Brother; School 
Musical; All-School Play; Christmas Play; 
Attendance Desk Asst.; Stage Crew; Latin 
School of Indianapolis. 
STEPHAN ALLOYISHUS BRY A N— Sr. 
Council; Sr. Play; Jr. Vaudeville; Freshman 
Football; Freshman, Reserve Wrestling; 
Footlights, Human Relations, Naturalist, 
Photography, Radio, Spanish, Student 
Council, Thespians Clubs; Big Brother; 
ANNUAL Staff; ECHO Staff; Attendance 
Desk Asst.; Christmas ECHO, Fine Arts, 
Red Cross Agents; WIAN; Stage Crew . 
BEVERLY A. BUCKNER — Jr. Vaudeville; 
Intramural Bowling; Human Relations, 
Red Cross, Student Council Clubs; Big 



Sister; Commencement Usher; Dean of 
Girls, Attendance Desk Asst.; Christmas 
ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; Pom- 
pom Girl. 

ARNOLD T. BURKS — Reserve Basketball; 
Freshman Football; German, History, 
Physical Science Clubs; Big Brother. 
VERA LAYNE BURRIS — Jr. Vaudeville; In- 
tramural Bowling; Campus Book, FTA, Hu- 
man Relations, Spanish, Student Coun- 
cil, Y-Teens Clubs; Big Sister; ECHO Asst.; 
Fine Arts; Red Cross Agents. 
MICHAEL BUSBY — Jr. Vaudeville; Intra- 
mural Bowling; Freshman Track; Latin, 
Great Books, Student Council, Thespians 
Clubs; All-School Play; Christmas ECHO 
Staff; ECHO Staff; Fine Arts, Red Cross 
Agents. 

PETER BUSCH — Sr. Play; Jr. Vaudeville; 
Exercise in Knowledge; Fiction (treas.), 
Great Books; High School Bowl; Human 
Relations (officer), Le Cercle Francais, 
National Honor Society, Student Council 
Clubs; Big Brother; Honor Student Pro- 
gram; NEDT certificate; National Merit 
Finalist; All-School Play; ECHO Staff; Stu- 
dent Voice Staff; Fairview High School, 
Dayton, Ohio. 



JAMES R. CAMPBELL — Band; Orchestra; 
Freshman, Reserve, Varsity Golf; Exercise 
in Knowledge, Hi-Pi (vice-pres.). High 
School Bowl, History, Key, Math (vice- 
pres.), National Honor Society, SPQR, 
Student Council Clubs; Big Brother; En- 
glish, Chemistry Asst.; Christmas ECHO 
Agents; WIAN. 

ANNE CARLEY — ECHO ed. (Friday); A 
Cappella; Great Books; Le Cerle Francais 
(sec). National Honor Society, Quill and 
Scroll (vice-pres.). Student Council Clubs; 
Big Sister; Honor Student Program; NEDT 
certificate; Nat'l Merit Commended; 
ECHO Staff; Language Asst.; ANNUAL 
Christmas ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross 
AsGOts. 

ALEXANDER SPICER CARROLL— K e y 
(vice-pres.), Naturalist (pres.) Clubs; Na- 
tional Honor Society; Honor Student Pro- 
gram; I.U. Honors to Germany; Jr. Policy; 
NEDT certificate; A Cappella; Music Men; 
Jr. Vaudeville. 

GWEN CARPENTER— Footlights, FBLA, 
Girl's League, Human Relations, Quill and 
Scroll, Tri-Hi-Y, Y-Teens Clubs; Big Sister; 
Biology, Counselor, Library, Physical 
Science, Nurse Asst., ANNUAL, Christmas 
ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents. 
HELEN MARIE CARTER— Jr. Vaudeville; 
Hi-Pi Clubs; Big Sister; All-School Play; 
Commencement Usher; ANNUAL, Christ- 
mas ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents. 
PHYLLIS TYREEN CAUDLE— Sr. Council; 
Sr. Play; Jr. Vaudeville; Campus Book, 
Fiction, Footlights, FTA, Hi-Pi, Human Re- 
lations, Student Council, Y-Teens Clubs; 
Big Sister; Commencement Usher; Prom 
Queen; Prom Queen Candidate; ANNUAL, 
Christmas ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross 
Agents; Exploratory Teaching. 
CHARLES STEVEN CAZZELL— Jr. Vaude- 
ville; Intramural Bowling; Chess, Human 
Relations, International Exchange, Photg- 
raphy. Radio, SPQR, Student Council 
Clubs; Big Brother; NEDT certificate; 
School Musical; ECHO Staff; Counselor, 
Library Asst.; Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; 
Stage Crew. 
£LA;N£ ELIZABETH CHAMBERS— A Cap- 



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pella (hist.); Choral Club; Girl's Ensem- 
ble; Madrigal; Campus Book, Girl's Lea- 
gue, Great Books, Human Relations, Red 
Cross, Student Council, True Blue Clubs; 
ANNUAL, Christmas ECHO, Fine Arts 
Agents. 

DEBORAH Y. COLBERT— Sr. Council; Jr. 
Prom Committee Chairman; Jr. Policy; Jr. 
Vaudeville; FTA, Human Relations, Stu- 
dent Council, Y-Teens Clubs; Big Sister; 
NEDT certificate; National Merit Com- 
mended; Commencement Usher; Counse- 
lor Asst.; Prom Queen Candidate; Fine 
Arts, Red Cross Agents. 
THOMAS CORCORAN— Varsity Golf; NEDT 
certificate; Brebeuf High School. 
DAVID ARTHUR CORK— Freshman, Re- 
serve Track; Great Books, Hi-Y, Order of 
the Straightedge Clubs. 
PAULA ANN COSENTINO—Jr. Vaudeville; 
A Cappella; Girl's Ensemble; Madrigal; 
Girl's League, National Honor Society, 
Student Council Clubs; Big Sister; Honor 
Student Program; NEDT certificate; 
School Musical; Music Asst.; ANNUAL, 
Christmas ECHO, Fine Arts Agents. 
CHARLES EDWARD COX— Freshman, Re- 
serve, Varsity Basketball; Reserve, Var- 
sity Cross Country; Freshman Football; 
Freshman, Varsity Track; FBLA, Great 
Books, Lettermen's, Math, Spanish, Stu- 
dent Council Clubs; Big Brother. 
JOYCE LYNN CRAWFORD— Jr. Vaudeville; 
Intramural Bowling; Girl's League, Red 
Cross, Student Council, Y-Teens Clubs; 
Commencement Usher; Homecoming 
Princess; Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents. 
TERENCE EUGENE CRAWFORD— Jr. 
Vaudeville; A Cappella; Music Men; Hu- 
man Relations, Student Council Clubs; 
Big Brother; School Musical; All-School 
Play; ANNUAL, Christmas ECHO, Fine 
Arts, Red Cross Agents; ROTC officer; 
Stage Crew. 

CLARENCE JEWELL CURRY — Freshman, 
Reserve, Varsity Football; Freshman, Re- 
serve, Varsity Track; Freshman, Reserve, 
Varsity (captain) Wrestling; German, Great 
Books, Lettermen's, Red Cross Clubs; Big 
Brother; NEDT certificate. 
MARIE REKEL CURTIS — Spanish, Student 
Council Clubs, Jr. Vaudeville; Commence- 
ment Usher; ECHO Staff; Fine Arts Agent. 



ELIZABETH JANE DAHL — Jr. Vaudeville, 
Band, Majorette (Head); Red Cross, Stu- 
dent Council, True Blue, Y-Teen Clubs; 
Big Sister; NEDT Certificate; Commence- 
ment Usher; ECHO staff; Counselor, Lan- 
guage, Library, ROTC Asst.; Christmas 
ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents. 
ANITA L. DEFRANTZ — Sr. Council; Sr. 
Play; Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville; Jr. Class 
(vice-pres.); A Cappella (sec); Madrigal; 
Band (sec); Exercise in Knowledge, Fic- 
tion (sec). Folk Singing (vice-pres.). Foot- 
lights (pres.). Girl's League, Fr.-Soph. 
Great Books, Human Relations, Nat'l 
Honor Society, Naturalist, Quill and Scroll, 
SEPAC, Student Council (treas.), Thes- 
pians (vice-pres.) Clubs; Big Sister; 
Honor Student Program; NEDT Certifi- 
cate; Nat'l Achievement Finalist; School 
Musical; All-School Play; Christmas Play; 
ECHO staff; Music Asst.; WIAN staff. 
BARBARA ELLEN DEMAS — Jr. Vaudeville; 
A Cappella; Girl's Ensemble; Madrigal; 
Nat'l Honor Society, Naturalist, Student 
Council Clubs; Honor Student Program; 
NEDT Certificate; Nat'l Merit Commend- 
ed; School Musical. 

KATHRYN ANN DEMAS — Jr. Vaudeville; A 
Cappella; Girl's League (treas.), Nat'l. 
Honor Society, Naturalist, Student Council 
Clubs; Honor Student Program; NEDT 




Certificate; Nat'l Merit Commended; 
School Musical. 

HELEN DORIS DEMM/NGS- Spanish, 
Campus Book Clubs. 

SHIRLEY A. DOTSON— Student Council 
Clubs; Big Sister. 

MARY JO D0WL;NG— Folk Singing, Y- 
Teens Clubs; Big Sister; NEDT Certificate; 
Attendance Asst.; Fine Arts Agents. 
ELAINE MARIE DRAGER— Jr. Vaudeville; 
ANNUAL section ed. (album); A Cappella; 
Folk Singing, Hi-Pi (sec), International 
Exchange, Library, Math Clubs; Big Sis- 
ter; NEDT Certificate; School Musical; 
Commencement Usher; ANNUAL staff; 
ECHO staff; Library Asst.; ANNUAL Agent; 
WIAN staff. 

THOMAS N IV EN DRYBROUGH — J r . 
Vaudeville; Cross Country Varsity; Fresh- 
man Football; Reserve, Varsity Track; 
Freshman, Reserve Wrestling; Campus 
Book, Key, Lettermen's, Spanish, Student 
Council Clubs; Art Asst.; Christmas ECHO, 
Fine Arts Agents. 

BENJAMIN DUKE— Jr. Vaudeville; Fresh- 
man Basketball, Intramural Bowling, Re- 
serve Track, Reserve Wrestling; Campus 
Book, Folk Singing, Fr.-Soph. Great Books, 
Hi-Pi, Human Relations, Latin, Student 
Council Clubs; Big Brother; Counselor, 
Gym, Library Asst's.; Prom King Candi- 
date; Christmas ECHO, Fine Arts, Red 
Cross Agents; Stage Crew. 
BERNADETTE MARIE DUTTON—Sr. Play; 
Jr. Vaudeville; Jr.-Sr. Great Books, His- 
tory, Spanish, Student Council Clubs; Big 
Sister; All-School Play; St. Agnes Acade- 
my. 



CHARLES RICHARD EARLY — Jr. Vaude- 
ville; Biology Asst.; Fine Arts, Red Cross 
Agents. 

CHARLES ANTHONY EDWARDS — Basket- 
ball (Mgr); Human Relations Club; Big 
Brother; ANNUAL, ECHO Staffs; Gym 
Asst.; Stage Crew. 

DON R. EDWARDS — Reserve baseball. 
Reserve, Varsity Football, Reserve Varsity, 
Wrestling; Letterman's Club. 
SYLVIA EISMAN — Sr. Play; Jr. Prom Com- 
mittee; ANNUAL Section Ed. (Activities); 
A Cappella; Folk Singing, Footlights, Girl's 
League, Human Relations, International 
Exchange, Naturalist, Student Council, 
Thespians (Historian), True Blue; Nation- 
al Honor Society; Exploratory Teaching; 
Big Sister; Honor Student program; All- 
school Play, Christmas Play; Commence- 
ment Usher; ANNUAL Staff; Counselor 
Asst 

WILLIAM ELAM — Band; Freshman Wres- 
tling. 

SHARON DENISE ELLIOTT — Jr. Vaude- 
ville; Human Relations, Spanish, Student 
Council Clubs; All-School Play; Stage 
Crew; Christmas Echo, Red Cross Agents. 
JAMES RICHARD. ESPIRITU — Freshman 
Wrestling; Campus Book (Treas.) Club; 
Library Asst.; ANNUAL, Christmas ECHO, 
Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents. 



SARAH FORD— Jr. Vaudeville; ANNUAL 
Section Ed. (Faculty, Underclassmen); A 
Cappella, Girl's Ensemble; Folk Singing, 
Footlights, Human Relations, Internation- 
al Exchange, Student Council Clubs; Big 
Sister; School Musical, Christmas Play; 
ANNUAL Staff; Counselor's Asst.; AN- 
NUAL, Christmas ECHO Agents. 
KATHY FOX — Band; Campus Book, Foot- 
lights, Red Cross, Tri-Hi-Y, Y-Teens Clubs; 
Counselor Asst.; ANNUAL, Fine Arts, Red 
Cross A^Gnts 

RONALD VINCENT FRANKL/N- Reserve 
Baseball, Bowling, Reserve Wrestling; 
Chess Club; Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents. 
SYLVIA LEE FRAZIER— Jr. Vaudeville; 
Choral Club, Band; Fiction, Great Books, 
Hi-Pi, Human Relations, Library, Spanish, 
Y-Teens Clubs; Big Sister; School Musi- 
cal; Library Asst. 



NONA GADDIE — Jr. Vaudeville; Choral 
Club; Pom-Pom Girl; Campus Book (vice- 
pres.). Student Council Clubs; Big Sister; 
Reserve Cheerleader; Library, Attendance 
Desk Asst.; Fine Arts Agent. 
V/RG;L lee GAVIA— Jr. Vaudeville; Fresh- 
man, Reserve, Varsity (capt.) Football; 
Freshman, Reserve, Varsity Track; Fresh- 
man, Reserve, Varsity Wrestling; Debate, 
Lettermen's (sec, vice-pres.), Spanish, 
Student Council Clubs; Big Brother; Gym 
Asst.; Fine Arts Agent; ROTC, Sargent. 
DEBORAH KAY GENTRY — Sr. Council; Sr. 
Play; Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville; A Cappella; 
Girl's Ensemble; FBLA, Girl's League, Hu- 
man Relations, National Honor Society, 
Student Council (sec), Y-Teens Clubs; 
Big Sister; Honor Student Program; Com- 
mencement Usher; ECHO Staff; Counse- 
lor, Library, Nurse Asst.; Homecoming 
Queen Candidate; Homecoming Princess; 
Prom Queen Candidate; Fine Arts, Red 
Cross Agents; Girl's State; Teen Guide 
Council. 

STEPHANIE MARIE GILBERT— Jr. Vaude- 
ville; Red Cross, Spanish, Student Coun- 
cil, Y-Teens Clubs; Fine Arts, Red Cross 
Agent. 

THERESA LUCILLE GOLDEN— Campus 
Book, Fr.-Soph. Great Books Clubs; Big 
Sister; Commencement Usher. 
GLORIA LYNN GOODRICH — Jr. Policy; 
Jr. Vaudeville; A Cappella; Footlights, Na- 
tional Honor Society Clubs; Big Sister; 
Honor Student Program; NEDT certificate; 
Reserve, Varsity Cheerleader; School Musi- 
cal; Christmas Play; Commencement 
Usher; ECHO Staff; Gym Asst.; Prom 
Queen Candidate. 

G. MICHAEL GOODWIN — Freshman, Re- 
serve, Varsity Golf; Freshman Track 

Freshman Wrestling; Human Re- 
Library Clubs; ANNUAL Staff; 

Staff; Library Asst.; Fine Arts 



(mgr.); 
lations, 
ECHO 
Agent. 

DENNIS H. GRADY — Jr. Vaudeville; Fresh- 
man Football; Reserve, Varsity Football 
(mgr.); Freshman Wrestling (mgr.); Ra- 
dio, Spanish Clubs; ANNUAL, Red Cross, 
Fine Arts Agents; ROTC. 
RONALD A. GRADY— Jr. Vaudeville; ECHO 
Staff; Music Men; Human Relations, 
SEPAC Clubs; Big Brother; NEDT Certifi- 
cate; NMSQT Semifinalist. 
BRYAN GRAHAM— ANNUAL EDITOR; Sr. 
Council; Orchestra; String Ensemble; Or- 
der of the Straightedge, Political Discus- 
sion, Quill & Scroll Clubs; NEDT Certifi- 
cate; ANNUAL Staff; Christmas ECHO 
Staff; ECHO Staff; Publications Asst.; AN- 
NUAL Agent; Christmas ECHO Agent; All- 



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City Orchestra; Indiana University Jour- 
nalism Institute Editing Award. 
LEON WM. GRAVES — Freshman, Reserve, 
Varsity Basketball; Freshman, Reserve, 
Varsity Football; Freshman, Reserve, Var- 
sity Track; Band; Campus Book, History, 
Lettermen's, Math, Physical Science, Red 
Cross, Spanish Clubs; Big Brother; At- 
tendance Desk Asst.; Christmas ECHO 
Agent; Red Cross Agent. 
WANDA GWENDOLYN GREER — Choral 
Club; Fr.-Soph. Great Books, Human Re- 
lations, Student Council Clubs; Big Sis- 
ter; NEDT Certificate; Business Office 
Asst. 

DENISE LENORA GR/SSOM — Sr. Play; Jr. 
Vaudeville; Footlights, Human Relations, 
Student Council Clubs; Big Sister; All- 
School Play; Commencement Usher; AN- 
NUAL, Christmas ECHO, Fine Arts Agents. 
TED D. GROSBACH — Sr. Council; Sr. 
Play; Jr. Vaudeville; Freshman Football; 
Exercise in Knowledge, High School Bowl, 
Human Relations, Key, Le Cercle Francais 
(pres.). National Honor Society, Natural- 
ist, Student Council Clubs; Big Brother; 
Honor Student Program; NEDT Certifi- 
cate; Nat'l Merit Commended; All-School 
Play; Chemistry Asst.; Boy's State. 
MARY KATHRINE GUDE — Campus Book, 
Hi-Y, Red Cross, Tri-Hi-Y, Y-Teens, Clubs; 
Gym Asst.; ANNUAL, Christmas ECHO, 
Red Cross Agents. 

MICHAEL LAMANT GUDE — Footlights, 
Student Council Clubs; Big Brother; Fine 
Arts Agent. 

JENNIFER ANN GWINN — FTA, German, 
AFS, National Honor Society, Cadet Teach- 
ing Clubs; ECHO Staff; Library, Guidance 
Office Asst.; ANNUAL Agent. 



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JOHN T. HALLIBURTON — Sr. Prom Com- 
mittee (co-chrmn); Sr. Play; Jr. Vaude- 
ville; Human Relations (pres.); Student 
Council Clubs; Big Brother; All-School, 
Christmas Plays; ECHO staff; Prom King 
Candidate; Fine Arts Agent. 
FRANCES MARIE HAMILTON — Campus 
Book, Human Relations, Red Cross Clubs; 
Big Sister; ANNUAL, Christmas ECHO, 
Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents. 




BARBARA HAMMES — ANNUAL section 
ed. (index); Math, Mu Alpha Theta, SPQR 
Clubs; Nat'l Merit Commended; Guidance 
Office Asst.; Mooresville High School, 
Mooresville, Indiana. 

LYNN ANNE HANSEN — Jr. Vaudeville; 
ANNUAL section ed. (Copy); Orchestra; 
FTA (vice-pres.), Fr.-Soph. Great Books, 
International Exchange, Nat'l Honor So- 
ciety, Quill and Scroll (sec), SEPAC (sec). 
Student Council Clubs; Big Sister, NEDT 
Certificate; Honor Student Program; Nat'l 
Merit Commended; Lions' Club Essay 
Winner; ANNUAL staff; ECHO staff; Coun- 
selor, English, Library, Publications 
Asst's.; ANNUAL, Fine Arts, Red Cross 
AsGnts 

BONNIE HARDESTY — Spanish Club; Ex- 
ploratory Teaching; ECHO staff. 
JOHN HARDESTY— Hi-Pi Club; NEDT Cer- 
tificate; Renssalaer Polytechnic Institute 
Award; ECHO staff; Chemistry, Mathema- 
tics Asst's. 

MARGARET JOAN HARGER — Jr. Vaude- 
ville; A Cappella; Fr.-Soph. Great Books, 
Girl's League, Human Relations, Le Cercle 
Francais, Nat'l Honor Society (vice-pres.); 
Naturalist (sec). Student Council Clubs; 
Big Sister; Honor Student Program; NEDT 
Certificate; Biology Book Award; Com- 
mencement Usher; Gym Asst.; ANNUAL, 
Christmas ECHO, Fine Arts Agents. 
WILLIAM RODERICK HARRIS— Jr. Vaude- 
ville; Freshman, Reserve, Varsity Football; 
All-City Football; Reserve Basketball; 
Freshman, Reserve, Varsity Baseball; Let- 
termen's Club (asst. sec); Student Coun- 
cil; Big Brother; ANNUAL staff; Gym Asst. 
PAULETTA H AR T — Jr. Vaudeville Act 
Chairman; Campus Book, FTA, Student 
Council Clubs; Big Sister, Honor Student 
Program; ANNUAL staff. 
JO ANN HENSON — FBLA (sec) Club; Big 
Sister; Jr. Vaudeville Usher; Christmas 
ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents. 
BRUCE CONRAD HILL — Sr. Council; Sr. 
Play; Jr. Vaudeville; A Cappella; Campus 
Book, Human Relations, Naturalist, Stu- 
dent Council Clubs; All-School Play; ECHO 
staff; Homecoming Chairman. 
JOYCE MARIE HILL — Jr. Vaudeville; Y- 
Teens (pres.). Campus Book Club (asst. 
sec); FTA, Booster Clubs; Junior Vaude- 
ville, Commencement Ushers; ECHO 
agent. 

MYRA KAY HIRSCH — Jr. Vaudeville; Cam- 
pus Book, Footlights, Girl's League, Nat'l 
Honor Society, Spanish, Student Coun- 
cil, Thespians (sec). True Blue Clubs; Big 
Sister; Honor Student Program; Fresh- 
man, Reserve, Varsity Cheerleader; School 
Musical; All-School Play; Commencement 
Usher; ECHO staff ; Counselor, Gym 
Asst's.; ANNUAL, Christmas ECHO, Fine 
Arts AfiGnts 

SARAH HOCHSTEDLER— Jr. Vaudeville 
Act Chairman; Youth for Understanding; 
Quill and Scroll, National Honor Society, 
Le Cercle Francais, International Ex- 
change, Student Council, Human Rela- 
tions, History Clubs; Honor Student Pro- 
gram; Jr. Policy; Order of the Straight- 
edge; ECHO ed. (Thursday). 
THERESA HOLT — Sr. Play; Jr. Vaudeville; 
A Cappella; Fiction, Hi-Pi, Spanish (sec), 
Student Council, Y-Teens Clubs; Big Sis- 
ter; Honor Student Program; Nat'l 
Achievement Commended; School Musi- 
cal; Commencement Usher; ANNUAL 
Staff; ECHO Staff; ANNUAL, Christmas 
ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents. 
CRAIG E. HOOG — Jr. Policy; Music Men; 
Folk Singing, Human Relations, Le Cercle 
Francais (vice-pres.). National Honor So- 
ciety, Naturalist, Student Council Clubs; 
Big Brother;. Honor Student Program; 
NEDT certificate; Nat'l Merit Finalist; 
Christmas ECHO Staff; ECHO Staff; Lan- 
guage, Dean Asst.; ANNUAL, Christmas 
ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents. 



ROBERT LEE HOOTEN — Reserve Football; 
Reserve Wrestling; Varsity Football; Var- 
sity Baseball; Lettermen's, Red Cross 
Clubs; Big Brother. 

DEBORAH KAY HOPKINS — Jr. Vaudeville; 
Intramural Bowling; Human Relations, 
Spanish Clubs; Big Sister; Asst. Student 
Voice Editor; Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents. 
CAROL ANN HOSKINS — Jr. Vaudeville Act 
Chairman; Choral Club; FBLA Clubs; Home 
Economics Asst. 

SHIRLEY HOUSE — Jr. Vaudeville Act 
Chairman; Jr. Vaudeville; FBLA, German, 
Red Cross Clubs; Big Sister; Nat'l Merit 
Commended. 

JEAN MARIE HUBBARD — Sr. Play; Jr. 
Vaudeville; Campus Book, Footlights, Stu- 
dent Council, Y-Teens Clubs; School Musi- 
cal; All-School Play; Christmas Play; Stage 
Crew. 

FLORENCE MARIE HUGHES— Student 
Council; Choral Club; Attendance Desk 
Asst. 

LEE L. HUGGINS — Red Cross, Fine Arts 
Agents; Gym, Art Asst. 
DEBRA HUGHLEY — Campus Book, FBLA, 
FTA, Human Relations, Spanish, Tri-Hi-Y, 
Y-Teens Clubs; ECHO Staff; ANNUAL, 
Christmas ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross 
Agents. 



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LORING JOSEPH INGRAHAM — Sr. Coun- 
cil; Sr. Play; Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville; 
Exercise in Knowledge (captain). Fiction, 
High School Bowl (captain). Human Rela- 
tions, Key, Le Cercle Francais, National 
Honor Society (pres.). Student Council 
Clubs; Big Brother; Honor Student Pro- 
gram; Nat'l Merit Finalist; Brown Univer- 
sity Associated Alumni Award, I.U. Hon- 
ors to France; All-School Play; ECHO 
Staff; Biology, Chemistry Asst.; ANNUAL 
Christmas ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross 
Agents; ROTC, Corporal; Rifle Team. 



BRENDA J. JACKSON — Sr. Council; Girl's 
League, Human Relations, Student Coun- 
cil Clubs; Big Sister; Fine Arts, Red Cross 
Agents; Central High School, Paris, Ten- 
nessee. 

KEMY KAY JEE — Sr. Play; Jr. Vaudeville; 
Band; Orchestra; Campus Book, Folk 
Singing, Footlights, Girl's League, Span- 
ish, True Blue, Y-Teens Clubs; Big Sister; 
NEDT certificate; All-School Play; Com- 
mencement Usher; ECHO Staff; Fine Arts, 
Red Cross Agents. 

MYLA JELLIFLE— Jr. Policy; Jr. Prom 
Queen Candidate; Jr. Vaudeville; A Cap- 
pella; Girl's Ensemble; National Honor 
Society, Student Council, Naturalist, HRC 
Clubs; Senior Homecoming Queen Candi- 
date; Freshman Homecoming Princess 
Candidate; Freshman Cheerleader; Biolo- 
gy Book Award. 

FRED RICHARD JOHNSON — Jr. Vaude- 
ville; Intramural Bowling; Reserve, Varsity 
Football; Freshman, Reserve, Varsity Wres- 
tling; FBLA, FTA, Human Relations Clubs; 
Big Brother; All-School Play; Christmas 
Play; Gym Asst.; Red Cross Agents; ROTC 
Staff Sergeant. 

JOSEPH H. JOHNSON — Sr. Class (treas.); 
Sr. Council; Jr. Vaudeville; Freshman, Re- 
serve, Varsity Basketball; Freshman Cross 
Country; Reserve Varsity Football; Fresh- 
man, Reserve, Varsity Track; Freshman 



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Wrestling; Great Books, Lettermen's, Latin 
Clubs; Big Brother; School Musical. 
SIDNEY DWAYNE JOHNSON— Jr. Vaude- 
ville; Reserve Baseball; Human Relations 
(officer), Key, National Honor Society, 
Naturalist, Student Council Clubs; Big 
Brother; Honor Student Program; Eugenia 
Hayden Award; ECHO Staff; History, Dean 
Asst.; Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; Stu- 
dents' Voice Staff. 

VIRGINIA A. JOHNSON — Intramural Bowl- 
ing; Campus Book, FTA, Red Cross, Stu- 
dent Council Clubs; Fine Arts Agent. 
WILLIE MAE JOHNSON — Attendance Desk 
Asst.; Red Cross, Christmas ECHO; Fine 
Arts AsGnts. 

RUTH DENISE JONES — Spanish, Student 
Council, True Blue Clubs. 
SARA ELISABETH JONES— Jr. Vaudeville; 
Christmas ECHO (co-ed.); Fiction, Foot- 
lights, Girl's League, Great Books, Human 
Relations, International Exchange, Na- 
tional Honor Society, Naturalist, Student 
Council, True Blue, Y-Teens Clubs; Big 
Sister; Honor Student Program; NEDT 
certificate; Christmas ECHO Staff; ECHO 
Staff; Counselor Asst.; ANNUAL Christmas 
ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents. 



HARICLIA KARASIOTOU — Sr. Council; Jr. 
Vaudeville; International Exchange, Stu- 
dent Council Clubs; Christmas ECHO 
Staff; Dean of Girl's Asst.; Girl's High 
School, Greece. 

JOYCELYN LOUISE KENNEDY— Jr. Vaude- 
ville; Footlights, FTA, Girl's League 
(treas.), Human Relations, Student Coun- 
cil, Y-Teens, Booster Clubs; Big Sister; 
School Musical; All-School Play; Com- 
mencement Usher; Library Asst.; Home- 
coming Queen: Fine Arts, Red Cross 
AsGnts. 

w;ll;a"m Patrick kennerly— sr. coun- 
cil; Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville; A Cappella; 
Great Books, Key, National Honor Socie- 
ty, Student Council Clubs; Big Brother; 
Honor Student Program; NEDT certificate; 
National Merit Finalist; I.U. Language 
Honors to Germany; English Asst. 
GWEN KING — Intramural Bowling; Foot- 
lights, FBLA, Great Books, Human Rela- 
tions, Red Cross, Student Council, Y- 
Teens Clubs; Big Sister; Commencement 
Usher; Counselor Asst.; Christmas ECHO, 
Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents. 
PETER KOMISARS — Sr. Council; Fresh- 
man Football; Red Cross, Spanish Clubs; 
Big Brother. 



GLENN LACEY— Varsity Football, Varsity 
Wrestling. 

JAMES MICHAEL LACE Y — Freshman 
Baseball; Reserve Cross Country; Fresh- 
man Reserve, Varsity Wrestling; Human 
Relations, Student Council Clubs; NEDT 
Certificate; National Merit Commended; 
Christmas ECHO, Fine Arts Agents. 
DUNCAN CURRAN LAING — Sr. Play, Jr. 
Vaudeville; Footlights, German, Thespians 
Clubs; School Musical, All-School Play, 
Christmas Play; Stage Crew. 
MELVIN LANGFORD — Freshman, Reserve, 
Varsity Wrestling; Campus Book Club; Big 
Brother. 

STEPHEN J. LAWSON — Sr. Play, Jr. 
Vaudeville; A Cappella, Music Men, Band; 
Freshman Football; Footlights Club; Big 
Brother; School Musical. 



JAMES LEWIS — Jr. Vaudeville; Bowling; 
Freshman, Varsity Football; Freshman, 
Varsity Track, Wrestling; Letterman's Club 
(Vice Pres.); Big Brother; All City Football 
Team; Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents. 
VICTORIA BROOKS LEWIS— Sr. Play; Jr. 
Policy; Jr. Vaudeville Act Chairman; Jr. 
Vaudeville; A Cappella (Vice-Pres.) Girl's 
Ensemble, Madrigal; Folk Singing (Vice- 
Pres.), Girl's League, History, Naturalist, 
Student Council Clubs; National Honor 
Society; School Musical; Commencement 
Usher; Music Dept. Asst.; Homecoming 
Princess Candidate; Prom Queen Candi- 
date. 

CARL LILE — Sr. Class President; Senior 
Council; Band (Capt.), Orchestra; Varsity 
Baseball; Freshman, Reserve, Varsity Bas- 
ketball; Wrestling; Letterman's, Student 
Council Clubs; Big Brother; Honor Student 
Program; ANNUAL, Fine Arts, Red Cross 
AsGnts. 

HELEN LINGEMAN — Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaude- 
ville Act Chairman. 



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VERA DENISE MAHONE—Sr. Play; Jr. 
Vaudeville; FBLA, Human Relations, Na- 
tional Honor Society, Spanish, Student 
Council Clubs; Big Sister; Honor Student 
Program; All-School Play; Commencement 
Usher; Christmas ECHO Staff; ECHO 
Staff; Counselor, History, Art, Home Ec- 
onomics, Attendance Desk Asst.; ANNU- 
AL, Fine Arts Agents. 

BONITA MARIE MANN — Sr. Play; Girl's 
League, Human Relations, Red Cross, Stu- 
dent Council Clubs; Big Sister; Counse- 
lor, Nurse Asst.; ANNUAL, Christmas 
ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents. 
MENTHA MARLEY — Sr. Play; Jr. Vaude- 
ville; Footlights, FBLA, Student Council, 
Thespians Clubs; Big Brother; School 
Musical; All-School Play; Christmas Play 
(student director); ANNUAL, Christmas 
ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; Stage 
Crew. 

RANDALL JOHN MARTIN— Jr. Vaudeville; 
Freshman, Varsity Basketball; Freshman 
Football; Freshman Track; Big Brother; 
ECHO Staff; Fine Arts Agent. 
KEVIN MASON — Jr. Vaudeville; Freshman, 
Reserve Wrestling; Campus Book, Human 
Relations, Radio, Red Cross, Student 
Council Clubs; Big Brother; ECHO Staff; 
ANNUAL, Christmas ECHO, Fine Arts, Red 
Cross AsGfits. 

DAPHNE ELAINE MATTHEWS — Counselor 
Asst.; Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents. 
EDWARD ST. C. MATTHEWS — Freshman, 
Reserve, Varsity Basketball; Freshman 
Football; Freshman, Reserve, Varsity 
Track; Intramural Wrestling; Human Re- 
lations, Lettermen's, Student Council 
Clubs; Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents. 
ANNA MCAFEE — Jr. Vaudeville. 
LINDA S. MCCHRISTIAN — Jr. Vaudeville; 
Footlights, Girl's League, Human Rela- 
tions (sec). Student Council Clubs; Big 
Sister; Commencement Usher; Christmas 
ECHO Staff; ECHO Staff; Counselor Asst.; 
ANNUAL, Christmas ECHO, Fine Arts, Red 
Cross Assnts 

JOYCE ELIZABETH MCC/NTYRE— AN- 
NUAL, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; North 
Central High School. 

MARTIN EDWARD MILLER — A Cappella; 
Music Men; Big Brother; School Musical; 
Book Store, Physical Science Asst. 
PAMELA JEAN MILLER — FTA; Spanish 
Clubs; Christmas ECHO, Fine Arts, Red 
Cross Agents. 

JANET MITCHELL—Sr. Play; Jr. Vaude- 
ville; Student Council; St. Agnes Academy. 
MARIANNE RUTH MITTER—Jr. Vaude- 




ville; A Cappella; Footlights, Human Re- 
lations, International Exchange, National 
Honor Society Clubs; Big Sister; I.U. Hon- 
ors to Germany. 

CHARLES S. MONGER— Jr. Vaudeville; 
Great Books, Human Relations, Interna- 
tional Exchange, Student Council Clubs; 
Big Brother; ECHO Staff; Fine Arts; Stage 
Crew. 

THEODORE ALLAN MORRIS—Sr. Play; Jr. 
Vaudeville; Band; Chess (vice pres.), Ex- 
ercise in Knowledge, German, Hi-Pi, High 
School Bowl, Human Relations, Key, Math 
(treas.). National Honor Society; Student 
Council Clubs; Big Brother; NEDT certifi- 
cate; Nat'l. Merit Finalist; School Musical; 
All-School Play; Christmas Play; ECHO 
Staff; Language, Physics Asst.; Christmas 
ECHO, Red Cross Agents; WIAN. 
TERRY ALLEN MORTON — Art Award; Lan- 
guage, Art Asst.; Christmas ECHO Agent. 
DEBRA ELAINE MOSELEY — Sr. Play; True 
Blue Club; Big Sister; Honor Student Pro- 
gram; School Musical; Commencement 
Usher; Business Office Asst. 
MARGARET MARIE MYERS— Sr. Play; Jr. 
Vaudeville; ANNUAL (associate ed.); A 
Cappella; Booster, Campus Book (treas.). 
Footlights (treas.). Folk Singing, FTA, 
Girl's League, Hi-Pi, Library, Math (sec). 
National Honor Society, Naturalist, Photog- 
raphy, Quill and Scroll, Thespians (vice 
pres.) Clubs; Big Sister; Honor Student 
Program; NEDT certificate; Botany Award; 
Reserve Cheerleader; School Musical; All- 
School Play; Christmas Play; Commence- 
ment Usher; ANNUAL Staff; ECHO Staff; 
Biology, Botany, Gym, English, Library 
Arts Red Cross Agents; ROTC, Honorary 
1st Lieutenant; Girl's State; Stage Crew. 
WOODROW A. MYERS — Jr. Policy; Fresh- 
man Football; Human Relations, National 
Honor Society (treas.). Student Council 
Clubs; NEDT certificate; Nat'l. Achieve- 
ment Finalist; ECHO Staff; Book Store 
Asst.; Fine Arts Agent. 



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DAVID NEMECEK — Reserve Baseball; 
Freshman, Reserve, Varsity Football; Hu- 
man Relations, Lettermen's Clubs; NEDT 
certificate; Attendance Desk Asst.; Fine 
Arts Agent. 

DENISE MARIE NEWLAND — Jr. Vaude- 
ville; Choral Club; Campus Book (pres.), 
Library, Spanish, Tri-Hi-Y Clubs, Big Sis- 
ter; Library Asst. 

CHARLES A. NEWSON — Freshman, Re- 
serve, Varsity Basketball; Freshman Track; 
Campus Book, Red Cross Clubs; Big 
Brother; Fine Arts Agent. 
CECILIA GRACE NOLCOX— Sr. Council; 
Jr. Vaudeville; A Cappella; Choral Club; 



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FTA, Girl's League, Human Relations, Stu- 
dent Council, True Blue Clubs; Big Sister; 
Counselor Asst.; Red Cross Agent. 



SANDRA L. O'BANION — Sr. Council; Sr. 
Play; Jr. Vaudeville; Choral Club; Campus 
Book, FBLA, German Clubs; Big Sister; 
Reserve, Varsity Cheerleader; Christmas 
Play; Gym, Business Office Asst.; AN- 
NUAL, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents. 
MARILYN ANN O'BANNON — Jr. Policy; Jr. 
Class (Publicity); FTA, Girl's League (vice- 
pres.), Human Relations, National Honor 
Society, Student Council, Y-Teens (vice- 
pres.) Clubs; Big Sister; Honor Student 
Program; Nat'l Merit Commended; Fine 
Arts Agent; Commencement Usher; Jam- 
boree Queen. 

WILLIAM OFFETT — Freshman, Reserve, 
Varsity Basketball; Freshman Football; 
Freshman, Reserve Track; Great Books, 
Lettermen's Clubs; Big Brother; Fine Arts 
Agent; Stage Crew. 

LILA REESE OSILI — Red Cross, Student 
Council Clubs; Big Sister; ECHO Staff; 
Biology, Counselor, English Asst.; AN- 
NUAL, Christmas ECHO, Fine Arts, Red 
Cross Agents; ROTC, 1st Lieutenant; Holy 
Child College. 

MARK CHRISTOPHER OSTL/NG— Student 
Council; Big Brother; NEDT certificate; 
ANNUAL Staff; Library Club, Library Asst. 



RICHARD JAMES PANYARD—Sr. Play; Jr. 
Vaudeville; Freshman Football; A Cappella; 



Footlights, Key, Student Council Clubs. 
JUD J. PATTERSON — Freshman Basket- 
ball (mgr.); Freshman, Reserve Football; 
Student Council. 

BERNARD PENNINGTON — Jr. Vaudeville; 
Freshman Track; Chess, Coin, Red Cross 
(vice-pres.) Clubs; Big Brother; ROTC 
Sergeant. 

JACK PERKINS — Sr. Play; Jr. Vaudeville 
Act Chairman; Jr. Vaudeville; News Bu- 
reau; Coin (vice-pres.). Footlights, Fr.- 
Soph. Great Books, Human Relations; 
Math, Student Council, Thespians Clubs; 
Big Brother; School Musical; All-School 
Play; Christmas Play; ECHO Staff; Book 
Store Asst.; Red Cross Agent. 
JOHN WESLEY POLK, JR. — Jr. Vaudeville; 
Reserve, Varsity Cross Country; Freshman, 
Reserve, Varsity Football; Freshman, Re- 
serve, Varsity Track; Campus Book, Fr.- 
Soph. Great Books, Human Relations, Stu- 
dent Council Clubs; Big Brother; Botany 
Award; ECHO Staff; ANNUAL, Christmas 
ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents. 
MARTINS PUTELIS — Band; Debate, Foot- 
lights, Key, Order of the Straightedge, Red 
Cross Clubs; Big Brother; Language Asst.; 
Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents. 



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KEITH M. RAND — Reserve Football; Cross 
Country (Mgr); Varsity Track, (Mgr); Var- 
sity Wrestling; Band; Spanish Club. 
ROBERT WAYNE RATCLIFFE— Jr. Vaude- 
ville; Sr. Play; Reserve Football; Reserve, 
Varsity Cross Country; Spanish Club; 
ROTC, Battalion Sgt. Major, Drill Team, 
Drill Master, Color Guard; ANNUAL Agent. 
YVONNE LONA RAWLS — Sr. Council; Jr. 
Vaudeville; Girl's League, Human Rela- 
tions, Student council. True Blue, Y-Teens 
Clubs; Big Sister; Business Office Asst.; 



Red Cross Agent. 

PATRICIA ELLEN READ — Jr. Vaudeville 
Chairman; Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville; A 
Cappella (Pres.) Girl's Ensemble, Madri- 
gal, Orchestra; Human relations. Key Club 
Sponsor, Naturalist, Student Council 
(Corres. Sec.) Clubs; National Honor So- 
ciety; Big Sister; Honor Student Program; 
Nat'l Merit Commended; Altrusa Merit 
Award; School Musical; Commencement 
Usher; Music Dept. Asst. 
KATHERINE JOAN REESE — John F. Ken- 
nedy High School. 

ARLETTA MARIE RHODES— Jr. Vaude- 
ville; Bowling; Footlights, FBLA, FTA 
(Sec), Girl's League, Human Relations, In- 
ternational Exchange, Math, Order of the 
Straightedge, Student Council Clubs; Big 
Sister; ECHO Staff; Counselor, Library, 
Chemistry; Fine Arts Asst.; ROTC Spon- 
sor, 1st Lt. 

RANDALL RICHARDSON— Sr. Play; Jr. 
Prom Committee; Jr. Vaudeville; Reserve 
Baseball; Freshman, Reserve Basketball; 
Big Brother; Jr. Prom King Candidate; 
Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents. 
PATRICK J. ROBERTS — Varsity Football; 
Letterman's. 

KAREN ROCHELLE ROSS — Campus Book, 
Fiction, Footlights, FTA, Human Relations, 
Student Council Clubs; Nat'l. Merit Com- 
mended; ECHO Staff; Counselor Asst.; 
ANNUAL, Christmas ECHO Agents. 
DAVID JOHN ROTH — Sr. Play; Jr. Vaude- 
ville; Footlights, German, Great Books, 
Human Relations, Student Council, Thes- 
pians Clubs; School Musical; All-School 
Play; Christmas Play; ECHO Staff; AN- 
NUAL, Christmas ECHO, Fine Arts, Red 
Cross Agents; Stage Crew. 
ROBERT S. ROWE — Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaude- 
ville; Reserve Baseball; Freshman Basket- 
ball; Freshman Cross Country; Varsity Ten- 
nis; Human Relations Key, Naturalists 
(Tres.), Photography Student Council 
Clubs; Big Brother, Honor Student Pro- 




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gram; NEDT Certificate; Biology, English 
Asst.; ANNUAL Agent. 
GWENDOLYN C. RUSSELL— Sr. Class Vice 
President; Sr. Council; Jr. Prom Commit- 
tee; Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville; A Cappella, 
Choral Club; Human relations, Le Cercle 
Francais, Red Cross, Student Council, Y- 
Teens Clubs; Big Sister; Honor Student 
Program; NEDT Certificate; Nat'l. Achieve- 
ment Finalist; Commencement Usher; 
Counselor, Language, Athletic Office 
Asst.; Prom Queen Candidate; ANNUAL, 
Fine Arts Agents. 



BARRY SANDERSON — National Honor 
Society; NEDT certificate; Reserve Base- 
ball; Christmas ECHO Agent. 
DEBORAH LEE SAPERSTEIN — Jr. Policy; 
Jr. Vaudeville; Girl's League, Human Re- 
lations, Student Council Clubs; Big Sister; 
Honor Student Program; Freshman, Re- 
serve (co-captain), Varsity (co-captain). 
Cheerleader; Commencement Usher; 
ECHO Staff; Counselor, Gym Asst.; Prom 
Queen Candidate. 

DIANNE L. SAPERSTE/N— ANNUAL sec- 
tion Ed. (ad manager, business manager); 
Jr. Vaudeville Program Ed. 
KATHRYN ANN SCHRICKER— Jr. Vaude- 
ville; A Cappella; Madrigal; Girl's League 
(pres.). Great Books, Human Relations, 
National Honor Society, Naturalist, Stu- 
dent Council Clubs; Big Sister; Honor 
Student Program NEDT certificate; Fresh- 
man, Reserve Cheerleader; Christmas 
ECHO Staff; ECHO Staff; Gym, Language 
Asst.; ANNUAL, Christmas ECHO, Fine 
Arts, Red Cross Agents. 
SUSAN SHANTEAU — Jr. Vaudeville; Big 
Sister; Logansport High School, Logans- 
Asst.; ANNUAL, Christmas ECHO, Fine 
port, Indiana. 

SHEILA ANITA SHORTS—Sr. Class Sec'y; 
Sr. Council; Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville; 
Campus book, FBLA, FTA, Great Books, 
Human Relations, Student Council, Y- 
Teens Clubs; Big Sister; Business Office, 
Business Education Office Asst. 
MARTHA JANE SIMON— Sr. Play; FBLA 
Club; Big Sister. 

JOHN WESLEY SLATON — Intramural 
Bowling; Campus Book, FBLA, Order of 
the Straightedge; Radio Clubs; Big 
Brother; Fine Arts; Red Cross Agents. 
JAMES SLEEVA — Jr. Vaudeville; Chess, 
Naturalist, Student Council, Radio (pres.); 
Big Brother; Chemistry, Electronics, Phy- 
sics Asst.; Fine Arts Agent. 
DESMOND L. SMITH — ^Jr. Policy; Fresh- 
man, Varsity Football; Freshman, Varsity 
Track; Varsity Wrestling; Band; Campus 
Book, Lettermen's, Order of the Straight- 
edge, Student Council Clubs; Big Brother; 
Gym Asst.; ANNUAL, Christmas ECHO, 
Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents. 
GWENDOLYN DIONNE SMITH — ^Jr. Vaude- 
ville; Campus Book, Human Relations, 
Student Council, Y-Teens Clubs; Big Sis- 
ter; Commencement Usher; ECHO, Li- 
brary Asst.; ANNUAL, Fine Arts, Red Cross 
Agents. 

JOY DENISE SMITH—Sr. Play; Jr. Vaude- 
ville; A Cappella; Orchestra; Footlights, 
Great Books, Human Relations, Red Cross 
Student Council Clubs; Big Sister; School 
Musical; All-School Musical; ANNUAL, 
Christmas ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross 
AfiGnts. 

VALERIE LEE SMITH — Jr. Vaudeville; In- 
tramural Bowling; Campus Book, FTA, 
Great Books, Red Cross, Spanish, Student 
Council Y-Teens Clubs; Big Sister; Gym 
Asst.; Christmas ECHO; Fine Arts, Red 
Cross Agents. 



DWIGHT 0. SPAIN — Reserve Baseball 
(mgr.) Freshman Basketball; Freshman 
Reserve, Varsity Cross Country; Fresh- 
man, Reserve, Varsity Track; Great Books 
Club; Big Brother; Gym, Art Asst. Fine 
Arts AsGnt. 

DEBORAH SPEARMAN — Human Rela- 
tions, Student Council Clubs; Big Sister; 
Commencement Usher, Fine Arts Agent. 
GUS SPENOS — Jr. Policy; German, Key, 
Student Council Clubs; All-School Play. 
ALLAN MCLEAN STALL — Jr. Prom Com- 
mittee; Jr. Vaudeville; Intramural Bowling; 
Exercise in Knowledge, German, High 
School Bowl, Human Relations, Key 
(sec). National Honor Society, Naturalist, 
Student Council Clubs; Big Brother; Hon- 
or Student Program; NEDT certificate; 
Nat'l. Merit Commended; ECHO Staff; 
Biology Asst.; Christmas ECHO Agent. 
STEFFANIE JEAN STEWART— Jr. Vaude- 
ville Act Chairman; Jr. Vaudeville; Cam- 
pus Book, Great Books, Spanish Clubs; 
Big Sister; NEDT certificate; Typing 
Award; ANNUAL Staff; Language Asst.; 
Christmas ECHO Agent. 
CATHERINE LUCILLE STIMER— FTA, Na- 
tional Honor Society, Spanish Clubs; Big 
Sister; Honor Student Program; NEDT cer- 
tificate; ANNUAL, Fine Arts, Red Cross 
AsGnts 

DAGMAR STOCKER — German, Internation- 
al Exchange, Student Council Clubs; Au- 
faugymnasium, Herdecke, Germany. 
RANDOLPH EDWARD STRAND — Jr. 
Vaudeville; Freshman, Reserve, Varsity 
Football; Varsity Tennis; A Cappella; Mu- 
sic Men; Key, Lettermen's, National Hon- 
or Society, Photography Clubs; Honor 
Student; School Musical; Commencement 
Usher; ANNUAL Staff; ECHO Staff. 
TIFFANY LEE STRAUGHN — Jr. Vaudeville; 
Girl's League, Naturalist, Student Council, 
True Blue, Y-Teens Clubs; Big Sister, 
Freshman, Reserve Cheerleader; Com- 
mencement Usher; ANNUAL, Christmas 
ECHO, Red Cross Agents. 
JAY STRICKLAND—Sr. Council; Jr. Pol- 
icy; Jr. Vaudeville; Reserve, Varsity Cross 
Country; Freshman, Reserve, Varsity 
Track; Music Men; Key, National Honor 
Society, Student Council Clubs; Big 
Brother; Honor Student Program; NEDT 
certificate; Christmas ECHO, Fine Arts 
AsGnts 

BETTY JEAN SULL/VAN— Pom-pom girl; 
Campus Book, FTA, Y-Teens Clubs; Big 
Sister. 



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GEORGE TANDY — Freshman, Varsity Bas- 
ketball; Reserve Track; Campus Book, 
FBLA, Fr.-Soph. Great Books, Lettermen's, 
Student Council Clubs; Big Brother; Gym 
Asst.; Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents. 
JANE TEMPLE — Jr. Vaudeville; A Cappel- 
la; Campus Book (sec). Girl's League, 
Human Relations, Student Council, Y- 
Teens Clubs; Big Sister; Counselor Asst.; 
ROTC Sponsor H l-lt; Military Ball Queen 
Candidate. 

GAIL LYNNE THOMAS — Sr. Council; Jr. 
Vaudeville; Hi-Pi, Human Relations, Li- 
brary, SPQR, Spanish, Student Council 
Clubs; Big Sister; Commencement Usher; 
Counselor, Library Asst.; ANNUAL, Christ- 
mas ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents. 
MARTHA ELIZABETH T H M A S—Jr. 
Vaudeville; Girl's League, International Ex- 
change, Naturalist, Student Council, True 
Blue Clubs; Big Sister, Botany Award; 
Commencement Usher; ECHO, Dean of 
Girl's Asst.; Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents. 
NORMIE JO THOMPSON — Jr. Vaudeville; 
Footlights, Fr.-Soph. Great Books, Hi-Pi, 



Human Relations, Spanish, Student Coun- 
cil, Y-Teens Clubs; Big Sister; Commence- 
ment Usher; Fine Arts, Red Cross Agent. 
SUZANNE THOMPSON— Sr. Play; Jr. 
Vaudeville; Girl's League, National Honor 
Society, Student Council Clubs; Big Sister; 
Honor Student Program; Presidential 
Physical Fitness Award; Freshman, Re- 
serve Cheerleader; All-School Play; Com- 
mencement Usher; Gym Asst.; Christmas 
ECHO, Fine Arts, Red Cross Agents; Pom- 
pano Beach High School, Pompano, Fla. 
ESTHER ALBERTA THORNTON— Campus 
Book, Footlights, Hi-Pi, National Honor 
Society, Red Cross, Student Council, Y- 
Teens Clubs; Honor Student Program; 
Nat'l Merit Commended; Red Cross Disas- 
ter Program Award; Attendance Desk 
Asst.; Red Cross Agent; ROTC Sponsor H 
l-lt. 

WILLIAM . CHRISTOPHER . TOD D— Sr. 
Council; Sr. Play; Jr. Vaudeville; Fresh- 
man Football; Human Relations, Student 
Council Clubs. 

CHARLES PHILLIP TOOMBS— Jr. Vaude- 
ville Act Chairman; Jr. Vaudeville; Foot- 
lights Thespians, Student Council, Portu- 
guese, Coin (treas.). Human Relations 
Clubs; Library Asst.; ECHO Staff; Christ- 
mas Play; All-School Play; Sr. Play; Stage 
Crew; Student Voice Staff. 
GEORGE OLIVER TYSON, JR.— ROTC, 
C l-lt. Drill Team, Drill Master, Color 
Guard, Officer's Club. 



BRENDA L. VANCE—Sr. Play; Jr. Vaude- 
ville; Bowling; Band; Footlights, FBLA, 
Girl's League, Human Relations, Spanish, 
Student Council, Y-Teens, Clubs; Big Sis- 
ter; Commencement Usher; Bookstore 
Asst.; ANNUAL, Christmas ECHO, Fine 
Arts, Red Cross Agents. 
GEORGE MICHAEL VAUGHN — Freshman, 
Varsity Football; Freshman, Varsity (Cpt.) 
Track; Wrestling; Bowling; Letterman's 
Club; Big Brother. 

ANGELA K. VEEGH — Sr. Council; Jr. Class 
Secretary; Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaudeville; Sr. 
Grad Dance Chairman; ANNUAL Section 
Ed. (Senior); Girl's League (Steering Com- 
mittee), Human Relations, Naturalist, Stu- 
dent Council, Y-Teens Clubs; National 
Honor Society; Big Sister; Honor Student 
Program; Commencement Usher; AN- 
NUAL Staff; ECHO Staff; Bookstore, 
Counselor Asst.; ANNUAL, Christmas 
ECHO, Fine Arts Agents. 
DIRK VERMEEREN— ECHO Staff; Photog- 
raphy, German Clubs; Annual Agent. 



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WANDA LYNNE WAKE — Jr. Vaudeville; A 
Cappella; Choral Club; Footlights, Girl's 
League, Human Relations, Spanish, Stu- 
dent Council, Y-Teens Clubs; ECHO Staff; 
Nurse's Asst.; ANNUAL, Christmas ECHO, 
Fine Arts Agents. 

DENISE WALKER — Sr. Play; Jr. Vaude- 
ville; Campus Book, FTA, Girl's League, 
Human Relations, Student Council, True 
Blue Clubs; Big Sister; All-School Play; 
Commencement Usher; ECHO Staff. 
JOAN LENORA WALKER — Campus Book, 
Spanish Clubs; ANNUAL Agent. 
HERMAN A. WARD, JR. — Bowling; Re- 
serve, Varsity Cross Country; Reserve, 
Varsity Track; Freshman, Reserve, Varsity 
Track; FBLA, Lettermen's Clubs; Big 
Brother; Gym Asst.; Christmas ECHO, Fine 
Arts Agent; Stage Crew. 



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JOHN WEBER — A Cappella; Chess (pres.). 
Debate (vice-pres.), Fiction (pres.), Hu- 
man Relations, Key, National Honor So- 
ciety, Quill & Scroll, Student Council 
Clubs; Big Brother; Honor Student Pro- 
gram; NEDT Certificate; Nat'l Merit Com- 
mended; Debate Team; ECHO. 
WALLACE CARRINGTON WESTFELDT— 
Jr. Vaudeville; Human Relations Club; 
Fountain Valley School, Colorado Springs, 
Colo. 

KATHY RENE WHARTON — Jr. Vaudeville 
Act Chairman; FTA, Human Relations, Le 
Cercle Francais, Student Council Clubs; 
Honor Student Program; Nat'l Achieve- 
ment Semifinalist; Language Asst.; Fine 
Arts AsGfit. 

A. L/NETTE WHITE — Jr. Vaudeville; Cam- 
pus Book; Y-Teens Clubs; Honor Student 
Program; Christmas ECHO Agent. 
IRIS LYNN WHITE — Sr. Council; Sr. Play; 
Jr. Prom Chairman; Jr. Policy; Jr. Vaude- 
ville; Pom-Pom Girl; Footlights, Human 
Relations, Red Cross, Student Council, 
True Blue Clubs; Big Sister; Nat'l Merit 
Commended; Commencement Usher; 
Book Store, Counselor Asst.; Homecoming 
Queen Candidate. 

WILLIAM PAUL WHITE — Jr. Class Presi- 
dent; Sr. Council; Jr. Policy; A Cappella; 
Madrigal; Freshman Basketball; Fresh- 
man, Reserve Track; Human Relations, 
Key, National Honor Society, Student 
Council (vice-pres.) Clubs; Big Brother; 
Honor Student Program; NEDT Certificate; 
Nat'l Merit Commended; Boy's State; 
Commencement Usher. 
DANIEL WAYNE W/LCOX— Freshman Bas- 
ketball; Freshman, Reserve, Varsity Foot- 
ball; Freshman, Reserve, Varsity Track; 
Lettermen's Club (pres.); Big Brother; 
Biology Award; Gym Asst.; ANNUAL, Fine 
Arts, Red Cross Agent. 
LEIGH WILDMAN — Sr. Play; Jr. Policy; Jr. 
Vaudeville Act Chairman; Jr. Vaudeville; 
Folk Singing, Girl's League, History, In- 
ternational Exchange, Naturalist (steering 
committee) Clubs; Big Sister; Honor Stu- 
dent Program; AFS Finalist; Commence- 
ment Usher; Counselor Asst. 
DAVID WILES — D e b a t e , Photography 
Clubs; NEDT Certificate; Cathedral High 
School. 



ANDREA JENICE WILLIAMS — Jr. Vaude- 
ville; Bowling; Campus Book, Jr.-Sr. Great 
Books, Human Relations, Student Coun- 
cil, Y-Teens Clubs; ECHO Staff; Gym 
Asst.; Christmas ECHO, Red Cross Agent. 
CASSANDRA ANN WILLIAMS — Jr. Vaude- 
ville; Band; Pom-Pom Girl; Girl's League; 
Human Relations, Spanish, Student Coun- 
cil, Tri-Hi-Y Clubs; Big Sister; Fine Arts 
Agent. 

JANICE L. WILLIAMS — Jr. Vaudeville; 
Girl's League, Hi-Pi (pres.), Student Coun- 
cil Clubs; Counselor Asst.; ANNUAL Agent. 
DELORES ANN WILSON — English, Library 
Asst.; Central High School, Louisville, Ky. 
DANIEL EDWARD WOLFRED — Sr. Council; 
Jr. Prom Committee Chairman; Jr. Policy; 
International Exchange, Key, National 
Honor Society, Spanish Clubs; Honor Stu- 
dent Program; Jr. Prom King. 
MORRIS WOOLRIDGE — ^J r . Vaudeville; 
Freshman Basketball; Bowling; Freshman, 
Varsity Football; Freshman, Varsity Track; 
Varsity Wrestling (mgr.); Lettermen's Club 
(treas.); All-City Football Team; Fine Arts, 
Red Cross Agent. 

NANCY LOUISE WRIGHT—Sr. Play; Bowl- 
ing; A Cappella; Footlights, Folk Singing, 
FTA, Girl's League, Y-Teens Clubs; Na- 
tional Honor Society; Big Sister; All-School 
Play; Commencement Usher; ECHO Staff; 
Counselor, Gym Asst.; Fine Arts Agent. 



HAROLD THOMAS YOUNG — Human Rela- 
tions, Student Council, Campus Book 
Clubs; Honor Student Program. 




ER;k ZIZNOVSKIS — Freshman, Reserve 
Football; SPQR: Big Brother; Red Cross 
Agent; ROTC. 



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Juniors seek own identity 




Matt Lieber and Bruce Jordan blot out the confusion 
in the halls to talk over homework assignments. 



Jon Hawkins and Steve Williams secretly made their own homecoming float. It won spe- 
cial recognition. 



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JUNIOR POLICY: ROW 1: Cheryl Bridge- 
forth (sec), Maurice Woldfred (treas), Ne- 
line Berry (V.P.), Gary Thompson (Pres.), 
Ann Starrett (pub chr), Liz Ulen (W Chr), 
Harriet Sharlow (Pro. Ed.). ROW 2: Dante 
Ventresca (sponsor), Tom Streeter, Karen 
O'Brien, Carol Henderson, Todd Dietz, 
Gricelda Ross, Lisa Brady, Kerry Kirch, 
Ann Russell, Lori Butsch. ROW 3: John 
Rowings, Lorna Douglas, Bernadette Ran- 
dle, Karen McClain, Angle Dunn, Diane 
Frazier, Daphne Johnson, Kris Teter, Tom 
Nolan. ROW 4: Charles Roach, Mike Go- 
ler, Ted Brown, Matt Lieber, Bruce Jor- 
dan, Tim McDowell, Glenn McDonald, 
John Shaw, Dan Wallace. 



The second class to graduate under 
the Shortridge Plan will be the class 
of '71. In their junior year, they 
strove to make their identity known 
to faculty and students alike at 
Shortridge. 

The traditional election of class 
officers began the fall semester. 
Gary Thompson was given the honor 
of leading the class this year. Also 
elected was Junior Policy, the "legis- 
lative" body. 

Spirit ran high all of the first few 
months of school. This was due to 
the behind-the-scenes planning and 
organization of Junior Vaudeville. 
One of Shortridge's most popular ac- 
tivities. Vaudeville came to the fore 
in December when "cuts" were held 
to determine the winners of the 
coveted spots in Vaudeville. This year 
five acts were chosen. After cuts, 
those involved sacrificed week-ends 
and vacations up to February, when 
Vaudeville was actually held. 

Of constant discussion all year was 
the question of a combined prom for 
the classes of 70 and 71. Both 
sides presented strong arguments. 

Individuals found themselves hav- 
ing fun in the academic atmosphere 
at Shortridge by serving as depart- 
ment assistants, and heading several 
scholastic-oriented and honorary 
clubs. 



David Adams, Patrica 
Adams, Matt Akard, Sara 
Allega, Zettie Allen, Anita 
Atkins, Betty Averett, Peg- 
gy Averitte, Rose Baines. 

Aurelia Baker, Stephanie 
Banks, Jeffrey Barbour, 
Carl Barnett, Kathy Bar- 
nett, Bryce Bate, Walter 
Beach, Cynthia Beaven, 
Claudia Belinski. 

Shirley Bellamy, Jeanette 
Benberry, N e I i n e Berry, 
James Bishop, Joseph Bis- 
hop, Susie Blanina, Reg- 
inald Boone, Cleve Bot- 
toms, Eleanor Bradford. 




Lunar walk keeps juniors awake all night. 



Lisa Brady, Carolyn Brew- 
er, Cheryl Bridgeforth, De- 
nise Brooks, Barbara 
Brown, Ted Brown, Kerry 
Brunt, Ezra Bufford, Mich- 
ael Bunch. 

Roslyne Busby, Pete 
Buschmann, Susan Busch- 
mann, Damaris Butler, Lori 
Butsch, Elaine Buxton, Pat 
Byland, Bruce Campbell, 
Brenda Canedy. 

Deborah Carpenter, Mel- 
vin Carraway, Jackie Car- 
ter, Abbie Carthy, Corne- 
lius Chandler, Arthur Cobb, 
Catherine Conerty, Cora 
Cook, Michael Coy. 

Marj Craft, Susan Craw- 
ford, Rodney Curry, Mit- 
chell Darden, Del Dicker- 
son, Todd Dietz, Robert 
Dodson, Lorna Douglas, 
Tanya Douglas. 

Sandy Dowling, Margot 
Drybrough, Angela Dunn, 
Mimi Dutton, Marilyn Ea- 
ton, Carolyn Elliott, Joyce 
Ellison, Marcia Erickson, 
Susan Ernst. 

Oliver Evans, Don Fasig, 
John Ferguson, Annette 
Flanagan, Gregory Flynn, 
Paulette Ford, Suzi Fortier, 
James Fountain, David 
Foxlow. 

Clarence Frazier, Diane 
Frazier, Tom Freebairn, 
James Froehlich, Edmond 
Gaines, Deborah Garrett, 
Jeannette G e r z o n , John 
Gladden, Reatha Glenn. 



Michael G o I e r , Patricia 
Gregory, Linda Gunn, Lloyd 
Hall, Marilyn Hamler, Mark 
Hammer, Levy Harris, 
Chris Hathaway, Nancy 
Hawke. 




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Ernest Hawkins, Jonathan 
Hawkins, Rhena Hayes, 
Stephanie Heard, Carol 
Henderson, Jerry Hill, 
Gregory Hinkle, Juanita Ho- 
gan, Janet Holcomb. 

Priscilla Mollis, Eunice 
Holmes, Robert Holstein, 
Vernell Hood, Teresa Hoop- 
ingarner, Joyce Houghton, 
Janice Hoxye, John Hudel- 
son, Richard Hudson. 

Anne Jacobi, Millie Jakovl- 
jevic, Judith Jessup, 
Daphne Johnson, Donald 
Johnson, Steve Johnson, 
Deborah Jones, Eric Jones, 
Jacqueline Jones. 

Luisa Jones, Mary Jones, 
Robert Jones, Bruce Jor- 
dan, Kevin Kelso, Camille 
Kennedy, Kerry Kirch, John 
Kirmil, Kazuko Knight. 



Patricia Lasher, Lawrence 
Lauray, Linda Lee, Emilee 
Lennis, William Leveque, 
Claudette Lewis, Ruth Lew- 
is, Matthew Lieber, Paul 
Lingeman. 



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Juniors elect officers, prepare vaudeville 




Donna Lockett, Bobby 
Madden, Edward Madden, 
Kenny Manson, Deborah 
Martin, Allen Marsh, Chris- 
tine Martin, Reginald Ma- 
son, Steve Mason. 

Terry Mathis, Karen Mc- 
Clain, Remelle McClendon, 
Bruce McCrae, Alan Mc- 
Cullough, Felix McDaniel, 
Glenn McDonald, Marsha 
McDowell, Tim McDowell. 

Gale Mcintosh, Karen Mc- 
Kee, Betsy McShane, Bev- 
erly Moody, Beverly Moore, 
Stephen Moore, T e r r i 
Moore, Michael Morgan, 
Bill Mowry. 



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Claire Rogers, Pat Greg- 
ory, and Kazuko Knight 
present their act during 
cuts. 



Gerald Murray, Barry Mur- 
rell, Mike Myers, Cynthia 
Nance, M a d e I y n Neely, 
Denlse Nicholas, David 
Niss, Thomas Nolan, Sam- 
uel Gates. 

Karen O'Brien, Gary Og- 
den, June Oldham, Roger 
Orton, Berena Pannell, Joel 
Parker, Michael Passo, Al- 
an Patterson, Yvonne Pat- 
terson. 

Carol Pike, Fred Poehl- 
mann, John Posey, Willetta 
Posley, J u a n i t a Pounds, 
Linda Ragland, Doug Rai- 
ney, Barbara Randell, Ber- 
nadette Randle. 

Thomas Ray, Max Reis- 
were, Leonard Rhem, Pa- 
tricia Rhodes, Susan Rice, 
Lawrence Risch, Charles 
Roach, Theresa Roberts, 
James Robinson. 

Suan Robinson, Claire Rog- 
ers, Nancy Rogers, Gricel- 
da Ross, Maralena Roth, 
John Rowings, Brian Ruck- 
er, Ann Russell, Janis 
Russell. 




and prom as they look ahead to final year 



Margie Sanderson, Robert 
Sayles, Steven Schmidt, 
Julius Scott, Ingrid Sea- 
strom, George Shanklin, 
Jennifer Shanklin, Harriet 
Sharlow, Deborah Shaw. 

John Shaw, Arthur Shorter, 
Dan Shullenberger, William 
Simmons, David Slates, 
Aaron Smith, Conway 
Smith, Gregory Smith, Su- 
sie Soltermann. 

David Speckman, Joyce 
Spencer, Cheryl Spitzer, 
Robert Stallion, Deborah 
Stanfill, Charlene Starks, 
Michael Starr, Ann Starrett, 
Karen Staton. 

Carl Steward, John Stew- 
ard, Evelyn Stewart, Greg 
Strand, Thomas Streeter, 
Janet Sumner, Curtis Tan- 
dy, Michael Taylor, Kris 
Teter. 

David Thomas, Cheryl 
Thompson, Gary Thomp- 
son, Janis Tompkins, Lisa 
Turner, Michael Tutas, 
Cheryl Twyman, Elizabeth 
Ulen, Anita Wade. 

Cheryl Walker, Jana Wal- 
ker, Sherry Walker, Dan 
Wallace, Thomas Washing- 
ton, Joyce Weddle, Larry 
White, Rodney White, 
Cheri Wiggins. 




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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 
— SEATED: Neline Berry 
(vice-pres.). ROW 2: Gary 
Thompson (pres.), Cheryl 
Bridgeforth (sec), Ann 
Starrett (pub. chrmn.). 
ROW 3: Liz Ulen, (V.V. 
chrmn.), Harriet Sharlow 
(program ed.). ROW 4: 
Maurice Wolford (treas.). 



Angela Williams, Bobbie 
Williams, Dwight Williams, 
Quensetta Williams, Stan- 
ford Williams, Steve Wil- 
liams, Donovan Williams, 
Wayne Wimsatt, Marsha 
Wineglass. 

George Witt, Maurice Wol- 
fred, Jim Wolpert, Lorraine 
Woodard, Forrest Wooiey, 
Ellis W o o I r i d g e , Bruce 
Wright, Leslie Yeager, 
Cheryl Zike. 



Juniors begin planning for college future 



Juniors Janet Holcomb and Gloria Butsch 
take a breather between chemistry periods 
to talk about Homecoming. 



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Busy looking up research material, Greg 
Jones works on his vocational theme. 



Two of the most common sopho- 
more subjects were geometry and 
biology. From angles and theorems 
to birdwatching in Crown Hill, sopho- 
mores learned a variety of skills as a 
preparation for college. At the end 
of the year, there was a reward field 
trip to Brown County State Park for 
outstanding biology students. 

Many sophomores took the Na- 
tional Educational Development Test 
during the fall semester. When the 
test scores arrived back at SHS, sev- 
eral jubilant tenth graders discovered 
that they were ranked in the top 
10% nationwide of high school soph- 
omores. Certificates of NEDT ac- 
hievement were awarded to these stu- 
dents during the May Awards Day 
auditorium. 

The Shortridge PTA presented a 
vocational motivation program in the 
spring. It was designed to give sopho- 
mores a basic idea of job opportuni- 
ties available in their field of interest. 
Information was given as to whether 
or not a college education was neces- 
sary for various vocations. 




Loaded down with books, Peggy Hudson 
trudges homeward after another hard day 
at the mill. 



Jon Usher and Carl Woods rehearse for 
the PTA musical. 




Sophs begin serious work 




Sophomore girls learn more advanced techniques of music in Choral Club. 










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Susie Allen, Zettie Allen, 
Christopher Andrews, Sha- 
ron Archie, Penny Armi- 
stead, Diana Arnold, Maiva 
Averitte, Kimberly Baker, 
Roseann Baker. 

David Barnett, Lula Bar- 
nett, Peggy Barnett, Debo- 
rah Battle, Geralynn Bella- 
my, Victoria Benberry, Sal- 
ly Benham, Stanley Bibbs, 
William Bills. 

Karen Bishop, Tanya Bled- 
soe, Virginia Booth, Warren 
Boyd, Archer Bradley, Ke- 
vin, Bradley, Clarence 
Brooks, Vernyee Brown, 
Mary Bruce. 

Cathy Bryant, Charisse 
Burch, Tony Burkett, Cas- 
sandra Burks, Wanda 
Burks, Beth Burris, Zoe 
Burris, R o s I y n e Busby, 
Wendy Busch. 



Walter Cain, Clinton Car- 
bon, Antonio Cazares, Ca- 
role Childs, Terry Christie, 
Toni Clark, Michelle Clay, 
Judith Coleman, Eric Conn. 



Sophomores create vocational themes which 




Andrew Cosentino, Gary 
Costley, Michael Coving- 
ton, Keith Crain, Terry 
Cunningham, Yvonne Cur- 
tis, Patricia Dabney, Mor- 
ris Daryl, Robert Dawson. 

James Demmings, Debra 
Dodson, Laura Dodson, 
David Duncan, Elaine Dun- 
can, Rosalind Dunham, 
Dale Dupree, Rene Dupree, 
Elizabeth Dutton. 



Vaniessa Ealy, Mary Eib, 
Michael, Stephen Ellis, 
Jimmie Ellison, Marilyn El- 
ston, Ervin Denkins, Janis 
Eshowsky, Betsy Fatout. 

Barbara Fields, Garry Fink- 
ton, David Fiscus, Eliza- 
beth Flannery, Deborah 
Flemmonds, Venita Flip- 
pen, Derrick Ford, Mary 
Foster, Michael French. 

Sandy Friedland, G a b r a 
Gachow, Randolph Ger- 
many, James Gibson, Ran- 
dy Gilliland, Robert Gilpin, 
Karen G I i c ke rt , Linda 
Grady, Loutricia Graves. 

Graham Greene, Thoma 
Griffin, James Gross, Eve- 
lyn Hackney, Robin Ham- 
mer, Mike Harding, Car- 
malita Hansbrough, Carol 
Hansen, Christopher Haw- 
kins. 



134 



Bernnitta Hawkins, Karia 
Hawkins, Ciiester Hayes, 
Audrey Heard, IVlarsha 
Hearn, Jane Henderson, 
Howard Henry, Barbara 
Hill, Sharon Hill. 

Diana Hinesley, Christie 
Hinton, Mike Hirtzel, Aleta 
Hodge, T i m Holcomb, 
Sharon Hoog, Nora Hoppe, 
Mark Horwitz, Lynn Hos- 
mer. 

Dwight Howard, Tina How- 
ard, Ceclia Howell, Michael 
Hudnut, Margaret Hudson, 
Caroline Hughes, Patricia 
Hummons, Vickie Hunter, 
Margaret Hurrle. 

Herbert Hurt, Charles Hux- 
hold, Stella Ingram, Diane 
Jackson, Lynette Jarrett, 
James Jelliffe, Avis John- 
son, Diane Johnson, Donna 
Johnson. 

Gloria Johnson, Julie John- 
son, Lynne Johnston, 
Gerorge Jones, Gregory 
Jones, Jaqueline Jones, 
Juan Jones, Yvonne Jones, 
Randall Kelso. 




reflect dreams and desires of adulthood 



Doris Kendrick, Anthony 
Kennedy, Jaqueline Ken- 
nedy, Janese Kennedy, Ta- 
ryn Kennedy, Larry King, 
Kathy Klebe, Teriko Knight, 
Kathy Kosof. 

Pamela Kuhn, Fritz Kunz, 
Paul Lacey, Gail Lake, Mar- 
shas Lane, Patricia Larkin, 
Linda Lavin, Kristor Law- 
son, Jeff Lawson. 




:'-.\'--*'?i '*'**'- 



Sophomores add last minute touches to their Home- 
coming creation. 




135 




Marilyn Ledford, George 
Lee, Sharon Levels, Kevin 
Lillard, Elizabeth Lite!, 
Richard Littrell, Stephanie 
Livers, Stephen Lord, Gar- 
nell Love. 

Janice Lumpkin, Paul 
Mackell, Pamala Mackey, 
Pheldon Majors, Debbie 
Maly, Barbara Malone, Eric 
Malone, Tom Marks, Ezell 
Marrs. 

Carol Martin, Pam Martin, 
Carolyn Mason, Judith 
Massey, Horst Massin- 
gale, Carol Maxey, Cathe- 
rine McAndrews, Robert 
McClure, Shari McCray. 

Mark McDonald, Thomas 
McDowell, Jack McKenzie, 
Chung Meng, Kae Mer- 
chant, Jeannie Merriweath- 
er, Sharon Merriweather, 
Robert Meyers, Robert 
Mickels. 



Sophomores grasp information on mitosis. 




l^k 



Linda Miller, Larry Mit- 
cham, Greg Mitchell, Mary 
Montgomery, Mary Moore, 
James Morgan, Daryl Mor- 
ris, Stephanie Mosley, Pat- 
rick Moss. 

Beth Mullen, Denise Mur- 
rell, Otis Nance, Mitchel 
Ney, Mary Nolan, Re'Nita 
O'Bannon, Kenneth Oliver, 
Cheryl Ovelton, Barbara 
Overton. 

Karia Owens, Garland Pan- 
nell, Roger Panyard, Debo- 
rah Parker, Terr! Parker, 
Richard Payne, Phyllis 
Peacher, Brenda Peacock, 
Walter Peacock. 

Jacqueline Lee Perkins, 
Valaida Pompey, Ronald 
Powell, Kevin Powers, 
Richard Prim, Cheryl Pryor, 
Sherryl Puckett, Rocheile 
Quarles, Alice Quick. 

Sandra Radford, Brian Rad- 
liffe, Gregory Rand, John 
Randolph, Derrick Ran- 
som, John Ratterree, Bet- 
tye-Jo Rawls, Joseph Ray, 
Teresa Rhodes. 

Irede Richardson, Michael 
Richmond, Sharon Riley, 
Kevin Rivelli, Elizabeth 
Robb, Edward Robinson, 
Mildred Robinson, Alexis 
Rogester, Alison Rooker. 

Steven Rose, Margaret 
Ross, Bruce Rowan, Elsie 
Sacks, Pamela Sallee, Deb- 
ra Sams, Jetta Sanders, 
Teresa Sanford, K a r I a 
Saperstein. 



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Pam Satterfield, Lin- 
da Schneider, Cynthia 
Scruggs, Dave Seastrom, 
Alexander Seawood, Ross 
Selmanoff, Henry Shank- 
lin, Levert Sharpe, Jaqu- 
line Simmons. 

Anita Singleton, Marlene 
Siskind, Dave Skole, Jerry 
Srnartt, Daniel Smith, Di- 
ana Smith, Eugene Smith, 
Gary Smith, Jacqueline 
Smith. 

Jeremy Smith, Kittie 
Smith, Rodney Smith, Jane 
Sonday, Rene Spells, 
Gwendolyn Spradley, Cyn- 
thia Stantley, Judith 
Starks, Sharon Steaven. 

Philip Stern, Theresa Stern, 
Cynthia Stiles, Paul Stimer, 
Gary Stokes, Lois Stratton, 
Kay Strong, Fred Sullivan, 
Alvin Tandy. 




dissection, birds, and bees in biology 



Dennis Taylor, Michele 
Teague, David Tevebaugh, 
Portia Tharpe, Gwendolyn 
Thomas, Vicki Thomas, Do- 
reen Tope, Richard Tou- 
mey, Stephen Toumey. 

Nyla Turner, Peggy Turn- 
ley, Dorine Twyman, Jeff- 
rey Tyler, Jonathan Usher, 
Mark Van Benten, Brian 
Ventresca, Enoch Vinnegar, 
Sharon Wagner. 

James Wales, Edwin Walk- 
er, Terry Walsh, Jane 
Warders, Valerie Warner, 
Carolynn Waters, Sharon 
Watkins, Lesia Weaver, 
Solomon Webb. 

Amy Wells, Duane West, 
Diane West, Mike Wieg- 
hard, Stephen Wilburn, 
Patty Wildhack, Ronald 
Wilkins, G e ra I d i n e Wil- 
liams, Melba Williams. 

Sheila Williams, Darlene 
Willis, Terry Willis, Angelis 
Wilson, Charles Wilson, 
Mary Wilson, Riley Wilson, 
Phyllis Witt, Mary Wolfred. 



Joseph Woodruff, Carl 
Woods, Rebecca Wooster, 
George Wright, Joseph Yau, 
Deborah Young, Michael 
Young, Merris Young, Lois- 
ann Zimmerman. 




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C^ I 




Freshmen learn the ins and outs of Shortridge life in an Orientation Class. 



The enrollment of this year's fresh- 
man class completed the transforma- 
tion of Shortridge from a completely 
comprehensive high school to one 
that was completely academic. Al- 
though small in numbers, the Class 
of 73 showed great promise and 
talent throughout the year. 

Orientation class was the place to 
learn about their Alma Mater-to-be. 
Algebra and English were places for 
wrinkled foreheads and animated dis- 
cussions. Gym was, of course, the 
place to sweat it out, and hope no- 
body noticed the fall off the balanc- 
ing beam or the fourteen times the 
ball missed the basket. French, Span- 
ish, Latin and German were places 
for tongue-tied embarrassment. 

At any rate, freshmen will learn. 
They must learn, because they will 
soon be the leaders of Shortridge 
High School. 



Freshmen adjust to high school activities 









Jennifer Adams, Kim Ad- 
ams, David Adkins, Luke 
Akard, Yolanda Ammons, 
Vicki Anderson, T r a c e y 
Atwood, David Bacon, 
Howard Baetzhold. 

Phyllis Baker, Vanita 
Banks, Connie Barber, Nel- 
via Barnett, Orelius Bar- 
nett, Charles Barringer, 
Elizabeth Barrow, Freda 
Batts, Pamela Bebley. 

Thomas Beck, Nancy Bell, 
Winston Black, Adrienne 
Blakemore, Toni Blake- 
more, Patricia Blunt, Brian 
Boaz, Colleen Bolden, Ter- 
ry Boone. 

Deborah Bondurant Steph- 
anie Bouquett, Sarah Brad- 
shaw, Betsy Branson, Ron- 
ald B r e I a n d , Terrence 
Bridgewater, Vicky Broad- 
us. Jack Brown, Patricia 
Brown. 

Roscoe Brown, Ruth 
Brown, Sonja Bruyn, Mich- 
ael Bryant, Shelly Buchan- 
an, Angela Bunch, Cord- 
ryan Burch, Herman Bur- 
dette, Anthony Burke. 

Wayne Burris, Connie Bur- 
rus, Bonita Busby, Nick 
Buschmann, Sandra Cam- 
eron, Cathy Campbell, 
Riley Carr, Tanya Carson, 
Haywood Carter. 

Keith Carter, Patricia Car- 
ter, Melanie Caudill, Car- 
men Cazares, Kerry Cheat- 
um, Timothy Clark, Al 
Cobb, Terri Cobb, Corine 
Coleman. 



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Gregory Collins, Kevin 
Combs, Anne Conerty, 
Mary Conley, Diane Con- 
way, Pat Corcoran, Wilma 
Cox, Claudia Crawford, 
John Crawford. 

Anthony Crayton, Nancy 
Creedon, Carole Crowe, 
Montaray Darby, Theresa 
Davenport, Debra Davis, 
Edward Davis, Kathleen 
Davis, Rock Davis. 




Big Brothers, Sisters guide newcomers 



Helen Dea, Richard Dem- 
mings, Dorothy Denkins, 
Chester Dorsey, Donna 
Dowling, Emma Dozier, 
Debra Duke, Mike Dutton, 
Jacqueline Early. 

Elizabeth Edwards, Retha 
Eib, Sharon Elston, Sieg- 
fried Engler, Charlotte En- 
nis, B. Eubanks, Clarieta 
Eubanks, Valerie Eubanks, 
Cynthia Evans. 

Marshall Fields, Bill Fine, 
Alonez Finn, Jeffrey Flip- 
pin, Bill Foley, Patricia For- 
tier, Curtis Foster, Michelle 
Franklin, Lenora Freeman. 



Deborah French, Amy 
Friedman, Michael Gant, 
Emily Gardner, Evelyn Car- 
ing, Sarah Garmany, Char- 
les Garrett, Oscar Ghoston, 
James Gibbs. 

Mark Gibson, Martha Gib- 
son, Tracy Gilliland, Sharon 
Colder, Sondra Grady, Liz 
Gravenstreeter, Bradford 
Grissom, Renee Gunn, Deb- 
orah Hagan. 

Rhonda Hale, Michelle Hall, 
Carmen Hamler, Charles 
Hamm, Diane Hardin, 
Rosemary Harger, Deborah 
Harper, Allen Harris, Deb- 
orah Harris. 



James Harris, Sadye Har- 
ris, Tom Hart, Steve Hat- 
chek, R e c c i a Hatchett, 
Judy Hawkins, Alfred Hill, 
Elbert Hill, Karen Hill. 



Ira Hogan, Ruth Hogan, 
Paula Hollingsworth, Geri 
Hollis, Dwayne Hopkins, 
Dwight Hopkins, Velma 
Howard, Randall Hughes, 
Denise Hughley. 

Charles Humble, Patty Hur- 
rie, Mary Ingraham, Orvella 
Isaac, Debra Jackson, Jan- 
ice Jardan, Leotta Jarrett, 
Beverly Jones, Jacqueline 
Jones. 




139 





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Cathy Jones, Philip Jones, 
Ronald Jones, Mark Jor- 
dan, Michael Jordan, Jim 
Kamleiter, Carter Kendrick, 
Pamela Kimmons, Clete 
Ladd. 



William Lash, Sue Law- 
rence, Gloria Lewis, Robert 
Lewis, Timothy Lewis, Tan- 
ya Lisenbee, Marie Love, 
Philip Lowry, Miles Loyd. 



Dean Lozow, Patricia Lu- 
cas, Felix Lumpkin, Keith 
Lyerson, Shelonda Lyons, 
Sheila Majors, Mary Mal- 
loy, Johnny Manson, Cheryl 
Manuel. 

Michael Marley, Eugene 
Marshall, Lucinda Marshall, 
David Martin, Sharon Mar- 
tin, Gail Martindale, La- 
Tonya Massie, Robin Max- 
ey, Bernadette Maxwell. 

Frank Maxwell, Mike Mc- 
Andrews, Karen McCauley, 
Junetta McCormick, Ver- 
nette McCrackin, Queen 
Esther McDougald, Lynda 
Mclntyre, Sue McKee, Mi- 
chelle McLucas. 



Freshman face four-year journey through 




WP'^ ^ 



Melvin McNairy, Christine 
M c S h a n e , Henrettia 
Means, Debbi Merriman, 
Cindy Miller, David Miller, 
Dominique Miller, Lewis 
Miller, James Milton. 



Alexis MIrsky, Sheree 
Mitchell, Alan Mitter, David 
Moore, Beth Moretz, Carol 
Morgan, David Morokoff, 
Carol Morris, Leslie Morris. 



Anita Morse, David Moss, 
Ruth Motley, Eric Mullin, 
Edwin Murphy, Maurice 
Murphy, James Murray, 
Steven Myers, Janis Nich- 
ols. 



Earl Nowien, Keith Nye, 
Kris Nygaard, Marie O'Con- 
nor, Carolyn Officer, Angela 
Orton, Kenton Owen, Fred 
Owens, Jonathan Parson. 



Ixy Patterson, Steve Patter- 
son, James Payton, Thelma 
Peeler, Judy Perdue, Shar- 
on Pitler, Debra Pipkins, 
Danitra Porter, Richard 
Pruitt. 

Jeffrey Ragar, Steven Ran- 
dal, Marie Rapier, John 
Ray, Marya Read, Rodney 
Redman, Dawn Rhem, Di- 
ana Richardson, Jerome 
Richardson. 



140 



Mary Ringel, Jaquline Rod- 
dy, Michelle Rogers, An- 
thony Rose, David Rose, 
Diana Roth, Wanlta Row- 
ley, Curtis Rumer, Titus 
Rush. 

Edward Rushin, David Rus- 
sell, Michael Russell, David 
Ryder, Sheila Ryle, Vikki 
Sallee, Leniea Sanders, 
Wayne Sanders, Marva Sat- 
terfield. 

Kenneth Scott, Peggy 
Sharpe, Elizabeth Sherlock, 
Bridget Shoulders, Dameta 
Smartt, Brad Smith, Helen 
Smith, Karia Smith, Mary 
Smith. 

Henry Soltermann, Betsy 
Speckman, Deirdre Spen- 
cer, Connie Spradley, Ron- 
nis Springer, Patricia 
Starks, Warren Staton, San- 
dra Steaven, Shirley Stew- 
ard. 

Shirley Stigler, Barbara 
Stone, Daryl Stout, Herbert 
Stratton, Celeste Strick- 
land, Patricia Strode, Val- 
erie Strong, John Swani- 
gan, Debra Sweatt. 




hallowed halls of Shortridge High School 



Cheryl Symonette, Jerolyn 
Tate, Rita Tess, Anthony 
Thomas, Melva Thomas, 
Vera Thomas, Douglas 
Thompson, Tammie 
Thompson, Betty Town- 
send. 

Sabrina Tucker, James 
Twitty, Jim Tyler, Thea Ty- 
ler, Roland Usher, Brenda 
Wade, Robert Wade, San- 
dra Wade, Bonnie Walker. 



Sonia Walker, Robin Wal- 
lace, Cathy Walsh, Joyce 
Warsaw, Rhoda Washing- 
ton, Bonita Webster, Char- 
lene Weeks, Carl Weinhardt. 

Michael White, D e n i s e 
Whitfield, Oliver Wickliffe, 
Bob Wieghard, Lucinda 
Wiggins, Cedric Wilcher, 
Alan Wiles, Randolph Wil- 
ford, Barbara Williamson, 
Betty Jo Williams. 

Charles Williams, Frank 
Williams, Sherman Wil- 
liams, Barbara Williamson, 
Nathan Wimberly, Iva Wis- 
dom, Joan Wooley, Mindy 
Wright, Diedra Yowell. 



Jamise Zachery, David 
Zike, Julia Zimmerman. 




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Sweaters, scarves, 
pockets, and pleats. 
Shortridgers experience 
green power; 
bread, man. 
Minis, max/s, 
collars, and cuffs. 



Advertisements 



143 




Matt Lieber admires Shortridge's past achievements as he thumbs through an old ANNUAL. 



Congrats to the Class of 1970! Way to go! 



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"The Shortridge Experience," as captured and il- 
luminated in the Shortridge ANNUAL, owes a great 
deal to our experienced and efficient publisher: 
NEWSFOTO YEARBOOKS. 



Dick Kennard, Newsfoto representative, surrounded 
by Shortridge beauties. 



146 



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a,Il Walsh's Drug 
Store 



3 E. 38th St. 923-1553 



Madeline Brane, Dianne Saperstein, Anita DeFranz, and Bruce 
Hill order an after-school snack at Walsh's. 



National School Studios 



Best Wishes 
Your underclass photographer 



5422 N. Keystone Ave. 



253-1884 




Standard Life 
of Indiana 



300 E. Fall Creek Blvd. 
Indianapolis 



Rick Adams, Karen O'Brien, and Mr. Bash discuss a Standard 
Life insurance policy for Shortridge students. 



147 




The Typical American Family 






Eric, Fritz, Doc, Laius, Dottie, Lotus, Py Wackett, Debby, Honey- 
bear, Karly, Dianne, Karen. 



Accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Business Schools 





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The finest in American and Oriental cuisine. 

Lantern Room 

3768 N. Meridian 
925-9700 



Steve Bryan, Karia Saperstein, and Peter Busch order their fa- 
vorite Clninese disii. 



148 



the 

accent 

shop 



3367 N. PENNSYLVANIA 

925-9313 



Lori Butsch and Bruce Hill dream of leisure hours in one of 
the Accent Shop's outfits. 



Compliments of . . 



Florida Fish 
Market 

5561 N. Illinois 
253-1281 



Mr. Jake Frankovitz attends to Debby Saperstein's hunger 
pangs at the Florida Fish Market. 



Atlas 
Supermarket 

720 E. 54 ST. 
255-6800 



Atlas Supermarket offers a wide selection of products. Look 
what Dianne and Karia Saperstein and Peter Busch found! 







149 



Save 

Our 

Shortridge 



Rick Adams 
Sandra Bentley 
Rick Borman 
Barb Bridwell 
Bart Brown 
Andy Carroll 
Anita DeFrantz 
Barb Demas 



Kathy Demas 
Ted Grosbach 
John Halliburton 
Peggy Harger 
Joe Ingraham 
Myla Jelliffe 
Vickie Lewis 
John Polley 
Patsy Read 



Robert Rowe 
Dianne Saperstein 
Kathy Schricker 
Alan Stall 
Chris Todd 
Liz Ulen 
Bill White 
Leigh Wildman 



From coast to coast 



Burger Chef 



^Tood good enough 
to leave home for" 



50 Locations in Marion Co. 



Paul Lingeman thinks Burger Chef is tops 




150 




L. Strauss & Co. 



41 W. Washington St. 634-1561 

Glendale 255-6621 

Greenwood 881-6716 



Mike Jordan and Jim Gibbs are living proof of the sharp 
dresser Strauss can make out of you. 



pick color, 

pick flavor, 

pick Stokely-^iuiClainp 




Stokely-Van Camp, Inc. 

General Offices. 941 Nortfi Meridian Street, Indianapolis, Indiana 46206 



151 



Realty, Mortgage and Investments 



Best wishes to the Class of '70 

Forrest H. Wooley, Sr. 

Mortgage Loan and Real Estate Consultant 



219 W. 34th St. 



924-1757 




The 

Silent 

Stranger 



G.T. 



Paragon Publishing Company 

Division of Herff Jones 

Official 
Jewelers and Stationers 

of 
Shortridge High School 



152 



You're yust the type 

Central 
Business College 

802 N. Meridian St. 
643-8337 

Elaine Drager and Sarah Ford learn the easy way. 




If s the real thing. Coke 




Hey there 

"You've got a lot 
to live 
and Pepsi's 
got a lot 
to give" 



Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company 



Elaine Drager and Sarah Ford believe in Pepsi ... a lot. 







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153 



Long Live 

SHORTRIDGE! 



154 



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Today's children 

are 

tomorrow's leaders. 

They will be the 

business leaders. The 

economy will be 

theirs. 

Shortridge has 

prepared them . . . 

they ARE 

ready! 



McFarling /^fctke/-^ 

"the ekieken pecpU" 

326 West 17th Street • Indianapolis, Indiana 46202 




155 




Discussion promotes 
understanding. 
A continual volley 
of ideas and 
viewpoints between 
students and teachers. 
Discussion must 
continue into 
Tomorrow. 







157 




Peace. 

Frustration. 

Friends. 

Discussion. 

All are a part 

of Shortridge life. 

But the uniqueness 

is the unity. 

White and Black 

as one. 

Together we make 

Shortridge. 

We leave knowing 

that SHS faces an 

uncertain future. 

Let the world know 

that we stand ready 

to defend her. 

Until then, Shortridge, 

we bid thee farewell. 



158 





159 



Index 



A Cappella 50 

ROY ABERSON 59,97,166 

Rick Adams . . . .44,51,68,107,147 

Irish Adams 39 

Luke Akard 47 

Ava Anderson 43 

Chris Andrews 75,89 

ANNUAL 32 

Sharon Archie 41 

Art Department 22 

Anita Atkins 40,47,59,62 

Betty Averett 62 



B 

Aurelia Baker 20,40 

HOOVER BAKER 16,65 

Larry Baker 145 

BAND 56 

Carl Barnett 75,76 

Peggy Barnett 66 

Charles Barringer 77 

Liz Barrow 70,93 

Baseball 88 

Basketball 80 

John Batuello 33,74,79 

REA BAUER 102 

MARTHA BEASLEY 14 

Tom Beck 37 

LEONARD BEHLING 23 

Nancy Bell 41 

Geralynn Bellamy 41 

Sandra Bentley 71,107 

Neline Berry 41,59,132 

Don Birdsong 87 

Bob Bishop 43,65 

Karen Bishop 41 

Winston Black 77 

Karen Blake 107 

Mark Bledsoe 87 

Willie Blow 59 

Colleen Bolden 93 

Virginia Booth 62 

Rick Borman 34,37,38,41,42, 

51,58,59,107 

Cleve Bottoms 76 

Warren Boyd 80 

Archie Bradley 29 

Sarah Bradshaw 54 

Madeline Brane 44,147,166 

THOMAS BRESNAHAN 19 

Cheryl Bridgeforth 59,132 

Tarence Bridgewater 77 

Barbara Bridwell 37,38,64 

Denise Brooks 59,71 

Bart Brown 40,64,107 

Ted Brown 34,44,59 

Mary Bruce 59,66 



Kerry Brunt 36 

Bob Bryan 39,66 

Steve Bryan 34,39,44,59,148 

Ezra Bufford 54 

LARRY BURDICK 21 

Cassandra Burks 41 

Beth Burris 33,37,40,62 

Michael Busby 35 

Peter Busch 69,37,39,40,42, 

45,59,148 

Wendy Busch 39,40,45,70 

Susie Buschmann 39,66,93 

Gloria Butsch 132 

Pat Byland 71 



C 

Jim Campbell 45 

Campus Book Club 43 

Clinton Carbon 17 

Anne Carley 37,38,42 

Melvin Carraway 80 

Andy Carroll 37,44 

Phyllis Caudle 39,69,106,107 

Elaine Chambers 51 

Cornelius Chandler 75,76 

Cheerleaders 92 

Chess Club 65 

Choral Club 53 

Timothy Clark 77 

Toni Clark 41,62 

Alfonse Cobb 77 

Arthur Cobb 75,80,89 

RICHARD COHEN 41,42,43 

Deborah Colbert 59,107 

Judy Coleman 63 

JULIAN COLEMAN 96 

Kevin Combs 40 

Andy Cosentino 71 

Paula Cosentino 51 

Dianne Conway 43,59 

CARL COX 80 

Charles Cox 80,82 

Marj Craft 59 

John Crawford 77 

Terence Crawford 39,71 

Cross-Country 79 

Terry Cunningham 43 

Wayne Curley 87 

Clarence Curry 75,86,87 

Mike Curry 75 

Marie Curtis 37 



D 

Michael Dabney 166 

Patricia Dabney 41,63 

Elizabeth Dahl 74 

Helen Dea 35 

Debate Club 43 



Dedication 104 

Anita DeFrantz . . . .38,39,44,51,58, 
66,68,107,147 

Todd Deitz . .46,59,90 

Barb Demas 51 

Kathryn Demas 145 

Dorothy Denkins 41 

Ervin Denkins 65 

CATHERINE DEROSSETTE 24 

Larry Dodson 87 

Chester Dorsey 33,77 

Ken Douglass 74,75 

Lorna Douglas 35,52,70 

Sandra Dowling 22 

Elaine Drager 33,167 

Drill Team 48 

Niven Drybrough . .22,43,74,79,87 

Roz Dunham 44,52,59 

Angela Dunn 41,62,63 

Dale Dupree 87 

Rene Dupree 41 



Jackie Early 35,47 

Sheri Easton 35 

ECHO 35 

Don Edwards 74,75 

Mary Eib 66 

Sylvia Eisman . .34,44,59,64,66,71 

Debbie Elam 40,64 

Carolyn Elliott 63 

Jim Ellison 80 

Joyce Ellison 52 

Marylin Elston 74 

English Department 12 

Janis Eshowsky 41 

James Espiritu 43,145 

Clarita Eubanks 

Exchange Students 64 



F 

FACULTY 98 

Betsey Fatout 42,44,52 

FBLA 63 

Fiction Club 39 

Bill Fine 79 

Alonez Finn 66 

Annette Flanagan 63 

Flamingo Rehala 41 

Football 75 

Footlights 66 

Sarah Ford 33,52,167 

Patty Fortier 93 

Suzi Fortier 16 

Eric Franklin 27,49 

Clarence Frazier 74,75,76,87 

Dianne Frazier 44 

Sylvia Frazier 39,62 



160 



Tom Freebairn 75,76 

RONALD FREELAND 18 

Lanora Freeman 40 

Deborah French 35,62 

Mike French 39,47,87 

Freshmen 138 

EARNEST FRIGO 107 

FT A 62 



G 

Michael Gant 71 

Virgil Gavia 71,74,75,87 

Debby Gentry 52,58,107 

German Club 41 

Jeannette Gerzon 40,44,59 

Jim Gibbs 151 

WILLIAM GIBSON 99 

Randy Gilliland 35,65 

Tracey Gilliland 65 

Girl's Ensemble 52 

Girl's League 60 

Ken Glenn 74,75,76 

Retha Glenn 36 

Karen Glickert . . . .34,37,44,59,66 

Mike Goler 45,54 

Golf 91 

Gloria Goodrich 92 

Mike Goodwin 33,59,91 

John Gorske 26 

Wayne Grady 75 

Michael Grant 65 

Bryan Graham 32,35,38,54, 

107,112 

Leon Graves 4,75,80 

Great Books Club 42 

R. LLOYD GREEN 96 

Gwen Greer 25 

Pat Gregory 35,62,130 

Bradford Grissom 77 

Ted Grosbach 40,44,45,107 

LESTER GROTH 14,97 



JEAN GRUBB 38 



H 

Ira Hagan 65 

Lloyd Hall 40,59 

Michelle Hall 40 

John Halliburton 59,71 

MARY-GLENN HAMILTON 39 

Marilyn Hamler 41,59 

DAVID HAMMER 15 

Mark Hammer 26,79 

Barabara Hammes 33 

Carol Hansen 37 

Lynn Hansen 32,37,38,44,167 

Peggy Harger 44,71 

Rosemary Harger 71,93 

Bill Harris 33,74,75 

Pauletta Hart 145 

Tom Hart 79 

Nancy Hawke 37 

Jon Hawkins 37,128 

Charles Hayes 76 

Audrey Heard 37,51,65 

Stephanie Heard 26 

Carol Henderson 44,52 

JoAnn Henson 63 

High School Bowl 45 

Hi-Pi 47 

Barbara Hill 43,66 

Bruce Hill 

JAMES HILL 29,79,87 

Greg Hinkle 91 

Myra Hirsch 66,92,145 

PHILLIP HIRSCH 66 

History Department 20 

Sarah Hochstdeler . . .34,36,37,38, 

40,42,64 

Aleta Hodge 44 

Joe Hodgens 107 

Ira Hogan 77 

Janet Holcomb 132 




Dan Holland 74,75 

Priscilla Hollis 66 

Theresa Holt 34,36,39,41 

Home Economics Department . . .24 

Homecoming 78 

Craig Hoog 37,40 

Sharon Hoog 37,40 

Robert Hooten 74,75 

Dwayne Hopkins 77,79 

Dwight Hopkins 79 

Carol Hoskins 63 

Lynn Hosmer 43 

Joyce Houghton 41,59 

ROBERT HOUSTON 32,38,167 

Cecilia Howell 93 

Jean Hubbard 66 

John Huddelson 54 

Peggy Hudson 34,66,133 

Richard Hudson 43,59,65 

Caroline Hughes 63 

Human Relations Council 59 

Patty Hummons 44 

Vickie Hunter 62,63 

Patty Hurrle 93 

Margie Hurrle 70,93 

Herb Hurt 75,87 



I 



Industrial Arts 26 

Joe Ingraham 39,40,44,45,107 

Mary Ingraham 47 

International Exchange Club . . . .64 



J 

Brenda Jackson 107 

Debbie Jackson 18,70 

JEAN JACKSON 21 

Anne Jacobi 36,40 

Lynett Jarrett 41 

Kemy Jee 47 

Jim Jelliffe 89 

Myla Jelliffe 44,70 

Avis Johnson 47 

Daphne Johnson 52,59,92 

Don Johnson 80,89 

Donna Johnson 66,74 

Gerald Ellis Johnson 33,37,38 

Joe Johnson 80,87,107 

Sidney Johnson 35,37,44,59 

Willie Johnson 26 

Bob Jones 74,80,87 

Buffy Jones 39 

Eric Jones 39,51,66 

George Jones 76 

Greg Jones 76,133 

Juan Jones 80 

Bruce Jordan 44,80,128 

Jordan, Charles 80,82 

Mike Jordan 34,37,151 

Juniors 128 

Junior Policy 128 

Junior Prom 106 



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Junior Vaudeville 70 



K 

James Kalliter 77 

JAMES KANTARZE 23,53 

Hariclia Karasiotou 70,64,105 

Kevin Kelso 35,38,43,46,90 

Randy Kelso 35,46 

Camille Kennedy 35,40,43 

Jackie Kennedy 43,93 

Joycelyn Kennedy 78 

Taryn Kennedy 40,66 

Bill Kennerly 107 

Key Club 60 

Kevin Killebrew 80 

Bernt King 59 

Larry King 54 

ROSE ELLA KING 47,97 

Kerry Kirch 44,52 

John Kirmil 44,74,75 

Kazuko Knight 41,62,130 

Tericko Knight 53,93 

Shubrick Kothe 90 

Fritz Kunz 44 

Sesie Kunz 44,52 



I 

Glenn Lacey 74,85 

Duncan Laing 39 

Ernest Lambert 74,75 

James Lambert 80 



Language Department 14 

Patricia Larkin 41 

Irish Lasher 37,49,62 

Latin Club 40 

Kris Lawson 42 

Le Cercle Francais 40 

Linda Lee 44 

Letternnan's Club 74 

Sharon Levels 59 

Jim Lewis 36,74,75,76,87 

Timothy Lewis 33,39,77 

Vickie Lewis 44,51 

iVlatt Lieber 44,128,144 

Carl Lile 80,89,107 

Kevin Lillard 35,43,66 

Helen Lingeman 47 

Paul Lingeman 59 

Richard Littrell 49 

Miles Lloyd 77 

Garnell Love 89 

Philip Lowry 47 

NANCY LUCAS 23 

Keith Lyerson 77 



M 



Bobby Madden 37,38,51,59 

Madrigals 51 

Vera Mahone 34,36 

Majorettes 74 

Debby Maley 71 

Barbara Malone 71 

Tom Marks 46 

Mentha Marley 66 



Ezel Marrs 76 

Randy Martin 80 

Reginald Mason 49 

Math Club 46 

Math Department 18 

Ed Matthews 74,80 

Bill McAllister 91 

Cathy McAndrews 37 

Mike McAndrews 79 

Karen McClain 44 

Bob McClure 36,39,91 

Bruce McCrae 65,91 

Alan McCuliough 27,43 

Glenn McDonald 44,45 

Mark McDonald 76 

Marsha McDowell 93 

Tim McDowell 44,80 

Karen McKee .59 

Susie McKee 37 

Joan Means 52,70 

JOHN MEDJESKI 54 

Chung Meng 43,47 

Sue Michaels 166 

Alexis Mirsky 65 

Lewis Miller 33 

Greg Mitchell 39,79,87 

Alan Mitter 37,39 

Marianne Mitter 64 

Charles Monger 37 

Beverly Moody 41 

Dan Moore 74,79 

David Moore 77 

Karen Moore 47 

Mike Morgan 41,49 

David Morokoff 40 

Ted Morris 45,59 

MARIAN MOSES 19 

Debbie Mosley 47 

David Moss 77 

Mu Alpha Theta 46 

Anna Mullen 70 

Eric Mullen 65,77 

James Murphy 77 

Jerry Murray 41,74,75,76 

Denise Murrell 34,62 

Musical 68 

Music Department 23 

Music Men 53 

Margaret Myers 32,39,46,66 

Mike Myers 33,36,38,89,101 

Steve Myers 77 



N 

National Honor Society 109 

Naturalist Club 44 

Madelyn Neely 63 

Dave Nemecek 74,75 

Charles Newsom 80 

David Niss 44 

Mary Nolan 44 

Tom Nolan 39,40,44,59,74,75 

Cecilia Nolcox 47,107 



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o 

Sandra O'Banion 63,92,107 

Karen O'Brien 44,147 

Marie O'Connor 37,41 

William Offett 80 

Officer's Staff 49 

Greg Ogden 75 

June Oldham 40 

Arthur Oliver 103 

Orchestra 55 

Lila Osili 16 

Cheryl Ovelton 43 

Barbara Overton 63 



P 

William Palmer 26 

Berena Pannell 41,52,59 

Terri Parker 35 

Alan Patterson 80,91 

Judge Patterson 145 

THOMAS PAYNE 20 

Walter Peacock 74,75,76,87 

Bernard Pennington 63,65 

Ervin Perkins 41 

Jack Perkins 46,59 

WILLIAM PERRY 74 

Mike Phillips 77 

Photography Club 65 

Physical Education Departmer)t .28 

Carol Pike 41 

Pit Band 57 

Fred Poehlman 41 

John Polk 86,87 

John Polley 40,43,65,107 

Prentiss Porter 43,63 

Willette Posey 23 

Willetta Posley 63 

Kevin Powers 75 

Sherryl Puckett 52,71 



Rodney Redman 62 

LOUISE REITER 14,41 

Ariette Rhodes 62 

Susan Rice 18 

Jerome Richerson 77 

Rifle Team 49 

Mary Ringel 34,35 

Larry Risch 44 

Liz Robb 52 

Pat Roberts 74,75 

Theresa Roberts 62 

Susan Robinson 59 

Claire Rogers 62,130 

Alison Rooker 54,59 

Gricelda Ross 35,62,63 

Karen Ross 43 

ROTC 27 

David Roth 39 

Diane Roth 93 

Maralena Roth 92 

Bob Rowe 44 

John Rowings 45,46 

Royalty 106 

Brian Rucker 80,87 

Curtis Rumer 77 

Ann Russell 40,59 

Gwen Russell 40,107 

Janis Russell 63 



S 

Elsie Sacks 71 

Margie Sanderson 35,38,41 

Teresa Sanford 66 

Debby Saperstein 148 

Dianne Saperstein . . .34,37,38,39, 
40,44,92,107,147,148 

Karia Saperstein 148 

Robert Sayles 40 

Steve Schmidt 36 

Linda Schneider 59 

Kathy Schricker 71 

Science Department 16 



Kenneth Scott 79 

Alex Seawood 26 

Seniors HO 

Council 107 

Honor Roll 109 

Directory 121 

Officers 108 

Pictures HO 

Play 67 

Dave Shanklin 75,76 

George Shanklin 80 

CLAUDE SHANKS 27,49 

Harriet Sharlow 38,47,132 

Levert Sharpe 87 

Peggy Sharpe 70 

John Shaw 46 

Elizabeth Sherlock 35 

Arthur Shorter 41 

Sheila Shorts 63,107 

ARTHUR G. SHULL 96 

MARYSIEGEL 25 

Jose Silva 105 

Bill Simmons 59 

Martha Simon 24,63 

Dave Skole 44,76,87 

Dave Slates 51 

Brad Smith 18 

Daniel Smith 62 

Desmond Smith 74,75,87 

Gene Smith 76 

Greg Smith 79 

Jacqueline Smith 36,43,59,63 

Jeremy Smith 54 

Joy Smith 54 

Kit Smith 34,66 

LOIS SMITH 102 

David Soltermann 77 

Jane Sonday 52,59,66 

Sophomores 133 

Soren Sorenson 105 

Dave Speckman 80,82,91 

Anthony Spradley 89 

Stage Crew 39 

Alan Stall 37,44,45 



Quill and Scroll 38 



R 

Linda Ragland . 70 

Keith Rand 16,41,85,87 

EMMA RANDALL 20,40 

Bernadette Randle 41,62,59 

John Randolph 79,87 

Derrick Ransom 80 

Robert Ratcliffe 49 

William Rauch 41 

Betty Jo Rawls 44,53 

Yvonne Rawls 47,107 

John Ray 62 

Patsy Read 51,58,68 

Red Cross Club 63 

Sondra Redford 62,63 




Mike Starr 49 

Ann Starrett 41,44,132 

JERRY STE1NER 91,97 

Phil Stern 49 

Shirley Steward 62 

Stephanie Stewart 167 

Paul Stimer 36 

Dagmar Stocker 65,105 

Barb Stone 41 

Darryl Stout 77 

Greg Strand 44,74,75,90 

Randy Strand . .44,68,69,74,75,77 

Lois Stratton 42,59 

Craig Strawther 39 

Tom Streeter 44,64 

Celeste Strickland 47 

Jay Strickland 107 

String Ensemble 54 

Student Council 58 

Freddie Sullivan 63 

ALLEN SUTHERLAND 41 



T 

George Tandy 80,82 

Dennis Taylor 76,87 

Mike Taylor 49,79,87 

Tennis 90 

Rita Tess 41 

Kris Teter 44,52,68,69 

GEORGE THEOFANIS 80 

Thespians 66 

Beth Thomas 64,105 

Charles Thomas 26 

David Thomas 65 

Gale Thomas 107 

Gwen Thomas 62 

Melva Thomas 47 

Cheryl Thompson 70 

Gary Thompson 41,65,132 

Tammie Thompson 62,66 

Esther Thornton 43,62,63 

Track 86 

Tri-Hi-Y 63 

True Blue 47 

Bob Turner 87 

Dorine Twyman 62 



Elizabeth Ulen .44,47,51,59,71,132 

Jon Usher 133 

Rod Usher 36 



Brenda Vance 69 

George Vaughn 74,75,86,87 

Angle Veegh 33,44,107 

Brian Ventresca 89 

DANTE VENTRESCA 104 

Enoch Vinnegar 49,76 



W 

LUCILLE WAHL 19,46,47,101 

Thom Waldo 39,59 

Denise Walker 47,59 

Jana Walker 92 

Robin Wallace 93 

Cathy Walsh 47 

Terry Walsh 42 

Herman Ward 74,79 

Jane Warders 36,56,74 

Joyce Warsaw 62 

Sharon Watkins 42,59 

Lesia Weaver 62 

RUTH WEBB 63 

John Weber 43,59,65 

Charlene Weeks 62 

Mike Weighard 74,79,87 

Amy Wells 59 

Wallace Westfeldt 59 

Kathy Wharton 40 

C. MURPHY WHITE 37 

Iris White 107 

James White 107 

Linette White 43 

Michael White 63 

William White 51,58,107 

Dan Wilcox 74,75,87 

Leigh Wildman 44,69 



Bobbie Williams 62 

Cassandra Williams 59 

Frank Williams 77 

Geraldine Williams 62,63 

JANE WILLIAMS 62 

Nathan Williams 77 

Sherman Williams 36,77 

Stanford Williams 34,39,65 

Steve Williams 37,128 

Ron Wilkins 75,76,89 

Jeanette Wilson 35 

Riley Wilson 89 

Wayne Wimsatt 26 

Marsha Wineglass 35,62 

Dan Wolf red 64,106,107 

Maurice Wolfred 132 

Jim Wolpert 87 

Lorraine Woodard 40 

Carl Woods 133 

Morris Woolridge 74,75,87 

Wrestling 84 

Bruce Wright 37,43,46,65 

Mindy Wright 47 



Y 

Leslie Yeager 34,36,38,46,51 

Mike Young 87 

Y-Teens 62 



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Shortridge was honored to play a 
part in the February 5 visit of Presi- 
dent Richard IVI. Nixon to Indianap- 
olis. The Blue Devil band was one of 
many to entertain the President, Gov- 
ernor Edgar Whitcomb, Mayor Rich- 
ard Lugar, their wives, and other 
visiting dignitaries. 

An added bonus for Shortridge stu- 
dents was the rendezvous of Mayor 
Lugar, a Shortridge grad, with the 
helicopter which was to take him to 
Weir Cook Airport. This event took 
place on the Shortridge North Cam- 
pus. His arrival, following a brunch 
with visiting mayors from around the 
nation, provoked an outpouring of 
students onto the North Campus. 
Hundreds of others leaned from win- 
dows to shout their greetings to the 
mayor and to convey also to him 
their wishes of a pleasant stay for 
the President and Mrs. Nixon. 

Mr. Nixon was in Indianapolis to 
preside over a unique meeting of 
several mayors and members of the 
Cabinet concerning the urban crisis. 
President Nixon, who called himself 
a state grandson (his mother was a 
native Hoosier), said his purpose was 
also "to bring government back to 
the people." While her husband 
worked, Mrs. Nixon visited centers 
for exceptional children. 

Leslie Yeager, Shortridge junior, 
was the only officially sanctioned 
high school photographer permitted 
to attend the festivities. 

Shortridge is proud of her ties 
with the Nixon Administration. The 
wife of Defense Secretary Melvin 
Laird was a 1940 graduate of Short- 
ridge. Secretary of Labor George 
Shultz is a cousin of Shortridge grad, 
and former principal, Robert J. 
Shultz. 



Shortridge, Indiana extend 
Hoosier welcome to Nixon 




The Marching Blue Devils practice in the band room. 




Air Force One stands against a bleak Feb- 
ruary sky after transporting the President 
to Hoosier soil. 




Governor Edgar Whitcomb and Cabinet 
members smile at the crowd gathered at 
the City-County Building as the President 
speaks. 



Mayor Richard Lugar makes a quick dash 
to his chopper, waiting on the North Cam- 
pus. 




Students, alums fight to save Shortridge 




Madeline Brane and Sue Michels listen to the school board's decision. 




Michael Dabney, class of '69, informs the 
board of his views on the resolution. 



Reasons to retain Shortridge are explained 
by Mr. Roy Aberson. 





Tuesday, January 27, 1970 was al- 
most disastrous for Shortridge. Tine 
phasing out of SHS as a high school 
was suddenly tacked onto a resolu- 
tion designed to promote integration 
in the Indianapolis Public School Sys- 
tem. 

Students, parents, and teachers, 
who stood outside for over an hour 
and a half and inside for at least two 
hours, were shocked and dismayed at 
the vote on that cold, dreary Tuesday 
evening. There were four ayes and 
three nays. Muffled sobs and angry 
mutterings were the only sounds in 
the hot crowded auditorium. Then 
the hundreds of Shortridgers began 
to drift slowly homeward. As the long 
night wore on, many lay in bed asking 
themselves, "Why? I just don't under- 
stand." 

As the sun rose the feelings of bit- 
ter pain and chagrin dissipated and 
were transformed into something 
which has been known for over a 
hundred years as "the Shortridge 
spirit." 

Meetings and discussions at 
school, at churches, and in private 
homes gave birth to the leaders' 
fight for the survival of our school. 
School Board members gave ad- 
vice and parent committees were set 
up to deal with the racial statistics, 
redistricting and legal aspects of 
many plans which were subsequently 
submitted to the board. Students 
concentrated their efforts on present- 
ing their school to the board as the 
only institution in the area which 
could truly claim, not just physical 
integration, but also social and 
psychological integration. As one 
senior aptly put it, "We here at 
Shortridge have communication not 
integration." 

Well, tomorrow is another day and 
it holds another battle for Shortridge. 
We shall win: we must win. 



Shortridge's pleas for survival fall on the 
shoulders of Supt. Stanley C. Campbell 
and school board president Mrs. John 
Alexander. 




Acknowledgements 



Dust has settled on the pica rulers 
and the triplicate sheets. The Editing 
Console now sits in an obscure cor- 
ner. You hold in your hand the pro- 
duct of months of long days and 
sleepless nights. 

This year has been eventful for 
Shortridge. Highpoints included Free 
Form Education Week and our vic- 
torious basketball team. Saddening 
news was the school board decision. 
Throughout the excitement and dis- 
appointment, Shortridgers continued 
to study and achieve for themselves 
and their school. They were, and al- 
ways will be, living evidence of the 
superiority of Shortridge. Each was 
a part of . . . The Shortridge Ex- 
perience. 

I would like to thank Mr. R. Lloyd 
Green, principal; Mrs. Mary Siegel, 
financial advisor; Mr. Ernest Frigo, 
Senior sponsor; L. S. Ayres PhotoRe- 
flex (especially Mr. Downey and Mr. 
Roessler), Senior photographers; and 
National School Studios, underclass 
photographers. A special thanks goes 
to Mr. Robert Houston (the man), ad- 
visor, friend, and official staff come- 
dian; Miss Jean Grubb, Director of 
Publications, who has a fantastic 
knowledge of this school and without 
whose help we'd never have gotten 
this far. Plus, Mr. Dick Kennard, 
Newsfoto Yearbooks representative 
who answered all of our technical 
questions, and always gave me pep 
talks. And a very special from-the- 
heart thanks goes to my loyal and 
wonderful staff who made this the 
most rewarding year of my life. 

BRYAN GRAHAM, 
1970 ANNUAL editor 



The day's work done, Sarah Ford hams it 
up for the photographer. 





Elaine Drager carefully cuts underclass- 
men pictures. 



Two staffers pass the time of day. 



Mr. Houston collapses into his mental 
asylum. 





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